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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Working with Strings Write a Template Literal

Kata K.
Kata K.
2,724 Points

Convert the set of concatenated strings assigned to the drink variable to a template literal. The final string should be

What is wrong with the code?

app.js
const flavor = "Blueberry";
const type = "Smoothie";
const price = 4.99;

const drink = ` ${flavor} + " " + ${type} + ": " + '$' + ${price} `;
Kata K.
Kata K.
2,724 Points

Convert the set of concatenated strings assigned to the drink variable to a template literal. The final string should be "Blueberry Smoothie: $4.99".

1 Answer

Heidi Fryzell
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Heidi Fryzell
Front End Web Development Treehouse Moderator 25,133 Points

Hi Katrin,

When you use a template literal to assign a value to a variable you don't need to concatenate with the plus sign. You can simply put the spaces where you want them.

Try this:

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

Happy coding!