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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Working with Strings Combine and Manipulate Strings

Assign your first name to variable firstName and your last name to variable lastName

I don't know how to do it

Let firstName = prompt("What is your fisrt name?");
Const lastName = prompt("What is your Last name?");
firstName += lastName;

3 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,230 Points

You won't need to use prompt in this challenge. Just encode your names as literal strings.

You also won't modify the initial values after assignment. In a later step, you will create a new variable to combine them.

Rick Gleitz
Rick Gleitz
47,522 Points

Also, let and const begin with lower case letters. No need to mix them. They can both be let.


Sara Pena
Sara Pena
5,663 Points

Assign your name to the variables just means to add your name to each variable as 'strings'.

Also, if you intend to eventually change or update the values of your variables, choose 'let'. Otherwise, keep 'const'.

As you might have learned earlier in the course, 'var' is no longer used due to scoping reasons. Meaning, it can be seen inside or outside code blocks and could potentially harm your code by changing values of your 'var' unintentionally.

Let example:
let x = 1;
let z = 2;
x + z = 3;
x = 2;
x+ z = 5;

Const example: const x = 2; const z = 5; x = 10; // this will return as undefined x + z = 7;

Assign a number to variable x,

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