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Hey, i have just started learning SwiftUI with you, and im wondering if from beginning i didn't made really big logical mistakes in here?

var greeting = "Hello, lets convert Celsius to Fahrenheit:"

let celsius = 23.0
let fahrenheit = celsius*9.0/5.0+32.0

print(greeting)

print("Your room temperature is \(celsius) \("°C")")
print("Your room temperature is \(fahrenheit) \("°F")")

   

@gorzkijay is running a temperature.

i'm wondering if from beginning i didn't I made really big logical mistakes

Try these two test cases with your code.

(1) Set the celsius value to zero degrees. We know the answer for fahrenheit should be about 32 degrees. (Water freezes.) (2) Set the celsius value to 100 degrees. We're pretty sure that water boils around 212 degrees fahrenheit, depending on your altitude above (or below) sea level.

If these test cases succeed, then WELL DONE.

Keep Coding!

+25 points to Ravenclaw for finding and using the degree character!

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