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JavaScript JavaScript Quickstart Data Types and Variables Creating Variables

Create a new variable named myAge and assign it a number value. var myAge = "31"

I'm not sure what is wrong

var myName = "Daniela"
var myAge = "31"

var myAge = 31;

2 Answers

Daniella use var myAge = 31; without quotes


Roxanne has the right answer. You want to declare your age as an Integer. By putting it inside quotes you are turning the integer into a string.

Makes sense. Ty