Literal objects are character strings or numbers that appear directly in the code, such as the number 1 returned in the previous section. We've seen numbers in action, so let's now look at a string literal. A string literal is an object that contains a string of characters, such as a name, an address, or an especially witty phrase. In the same way that we created the 1 literal object in the previous example, we can easily create a new string literal object, then send it a message.
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