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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Working with Strings Write a Template Literal

Convert the set of concatenated strings assigned to the drink variable to a template literal.

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const flavor = "Blueberry";
const type = "Smoothie";
const price = 4.99;

const drink = `${flavour} ${type}: (${price}) `;

1 Answer

Jonathan Grieve
Jonathan Grieve
Treehouse Moderator 90,689 Points

That looks okay to me as a template literal string.

My first thought is to look into any example strings mentioned by the challenge question.

Here is the example string Blueberry Smoothie: $4.99

It looks like in your attempt you're including parentheses in your own string so while that would work it's not what the challenge is checking for.

Try the following in your response.

const drink = `${flavour} ${type}: ${price}`;