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JavaScript

Code Challenge: Methods

I´m having some trouble with the last task of the challenge:

"Update the variable of 'quickLower' on about line 23, to the lowercased version of the string 'quick'."

Here´s my answer:

<script> var quick = "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog";

      var quickLength    = quick .length;
      var indexOfBrown = quick .indexOf('brown');
      var tenthCharacter = quick .charAt(9);
      var wordBrown = quick .substr(10,5);
      var quickUpper = quick .toUpperCase();
      var quickLower = quick .toLowCase();
</script>

Hope someone could help, Ricardo.

1 Answer

Sean T. Unwin
Sean T. Unwin
28,660 Points

It should be quick.toLowerCase(); -- You had Low instead of Lower.

Thanks Sean, that was an easy one.