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cant get console to return proper value


console.log i've tried all sorts but no joy!

3 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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The name of the function being called is missing, and there are some syntax issues with the arguments:

console.log( (2, 5)(sqm));            // original code
console.log( getArea(2, 5, "sqm") );  // corrected

Steven Parker that's just fabulous, i can go to sleep now :-)

I've improved slightly console.log ((2 * 5), ("sqm"));

which returns:- 10 "sqm" in the console I now have the units sqm as a string, i was hoping for just 10 sqm