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JavaScript JavaScript Quickstart Data Types and Variables Creating Variables

2nd line in won't let me pass. " var myAge = "33";"

2nd line in won't let me pass. " var myAge = "33";"

scripts.js
var myName = "taylor";
var myAge = "33";
rydavim
rydavim
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If KRIS NIKOLAISEN has fully addressed your question, I would encourage you to mark as Best Answer to let them know and flag your post as solved. Happy coding!

1 Answer

The error message you receive is: Did you assign the myAge variable your age as a number?

Numbers aren't enclosed in quotes.