FAQ: Using Text Variables - Character Escape Sequences

This community-built FAQ covers the "Character Escape Sequences " exercise from the lesson “Using Text Variables”.

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I cannot, for the life of me, figure out how to make the compiler happy with the parentheses inside the String without adding some additional programming lines - like adding a variable with just var openParen = “(” and then concatenating it inside the String println(). Help, please!

I was trying to figure the difference between /r and /n, but apparently at the end they do the same thing.

You just have to write it between double quotes. Example:

print("\"May the Force be with you.\" - Star Wars, 1977")