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JavaScript JavaScript Quickstart Data Types and Variables Creating Variables

Create a variable named message that combines both the myName and myAge variables to create a string like "Mary is 41"


var myName = 'your name'
var myAge = 27
var message = 'my Name is', + 'your Name' + 'and I am' + 'your age' + '.';

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,991 Points

You're getting close, but when you want a variable's value, you need to use the exact name of the variable and not put quotes around it. So put myName instead of 'your Name' and myAge instead of 'your age'.

Also, there's a stray comma on that line you can remove.