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Jacob KoziaraCourses Plus Student 483 Points
? no idea with this one.... I must be a herb
var id = "23188xtr"; var lastName = "Smith"; var userName = toUpperCase("23188XTR");
Balazs Peak46,157 Points
What you need to do here is transform the variable you already have into an uppercase string, and assign it to that other variable.
Another comment: you need to call the toUpperCase() function on the old variable, not passing the old variable as a parameter to it.
You need something like this:
var userName = id.toUpperCase();