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SOLVED - Day 2 Challenge

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Hi, working on a day 2 solution, I got the basic one down, but trying to make it more interactive

I have this error: No exact matches in call to initializer The line with the error is: let newCelsius = String(celsius)

Here is the entire file

import Cocoa

print("Please enter your tempature you want to convert")
var temp = readLine()

let celsius = temp

let newCelsius = String(celsius)

let fahrenheit = newCelsius * 9 + 32

print("Your tempature in celcius was \(newCelsius))℃ and your fahrenheit tempature is \(fahrenheit)℉")

So I got some help from a friend and managed to get it working like this

import Cocoa

print("Please enter your tempature you want to convert")
var temp = readLine()

let celsius = temp

if let celsius = celsius, let newCelsius = Int(celsius) {
    let fahrenheit = newCelsius * 9 + 32

    print("Your tempature in celcius was \(newCelsius))℃ and your fahrenheit tempature is \(fahrenheit)℉")
}

   

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