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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Creating Reusable Code with Functions Passing an Argument to a Function

After your newly created returnValue function, create a new variable named echo. Set the value of echo to be the results

help me

function returnValue ( sound ) {
var echo = sound
return echo ;
returnValue ( 'sound' ) ;
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2 Answers

Set the value of echo means assign the results of the function you created:

var echo = returnValue ('sound') ;
Shlomi Bittan
Shlomi Bittan
6,718 Points

Hi, KRIS is right. The echo variable should be removed from the function, like so:

function returnValue (sound) {
    return sound;
let echo = returnValue ( 'sound' ) ;