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

can anyone help

after your newly created returnValue function create a new variable named echo.

var hello="say hi";

function returnValue(hello) {
    return hello;

  function returnValue (coffee) {
  return coffee;

  var echo = returnValue (tea);
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  <title>JavaScript Basics</title>
<script src="script.js"></script>

Hey, how did you figure this out? i'm stuck on this level too help please

1 Answer

Lucian Rotari
Lucian Rotari
12,007 Points

You have to create just one function returnValue, and that function should have just one parameter which you named “hello”. After that function create a variable named echo and as a value just call returnValue function.

 // Create a function named returnValue 

   function returnValue(hello){
          //return hello value
           return hello;

  var echo = returnValue(Hello World);  // now this variable store “Hello World”