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At the end of this script after the document.write(), type the code required to print 'End program' to the browser's
This is what everyone else answered as I did.
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there! You're doing great, but you have a syntax error and you're printing out what they are asking for not once... but twice.
You have typed:
console.log("End program" + "End program" ):
This code contains a colon at the end of the statement instead of a semicolon which is producing an error. But assuming for a moment that it had been a semicolon, your code would print out "End programEnd program" to the console.
The line you're looking for is:
Hope this helps!