Swift: String Interpolation

String Interpolation in Swift:

Adding values to a string is a common requirement. String interpolation in Swift can be used in these cases.

In Swift, we can write the value in parentheses ( ) and a backslash \ before the parentheses to insert a value into a string using string interpolation.

Consider the following example:

var movies = 24;
print("Rick Johnston made \(movies) horror movies.");

The output will be:

Rick Johnston made 24 horror movies.

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