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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Storing and Tracking Information with Variables Review Strings, Numbers and Spaces

can't resolve this: var text = 'She _________'s the best! ' ;

can't resolve this exercise! Can anyone help?

1 Answer

Daniel Johnson
Daniel Johnson
104,131 Points

The question asks: In the code below there are too many single quote marks. Add the character that "escapes" the second single quote and tells the browser to treat that quote as just a regular character:

var text = 'She___'s the best!';

You need to use the backslash character like this:

var text = 'She\'s the best!';

Nicely done