You can get the result first.
let length = 8 let width = 6 let height = 4 let total = length * width * height print("the Volume of teh box = \(total) cubic inches")
This will print " the volume of teh box = 192 cubic inches"
you can also convert the result into a string,
print(“the Volume of the box = " + String(length * width * height) +” cubic inches")
Oh good call Francis! So much more elegant!!
Just use string interpolation. No need to calculate beforehand unless you’ll need that value later.
print("The volume of the box = \(length * width * height) cubic inches")