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at the end of this after document.write. write the code required to print 'End program' to the browser
it looks like its not passing
Colin Marshall32,860 Points
You do not need to modify the
In your script, each statement is going to require a new line. You are not going to be writing to the document and the console in the same statement. You want to separate each statement out with a new line. You can't use a comma to combine two statements.
Hugo Paz15,620 Points
In the beginning it is easier if you put only one instruction per line.
Think of document.write being one instruction and console.log another instruction.
First you write the document.write instruction
And then you write the next instruction on the next line
so you end up with: