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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 = "tunji"
let myAge=19
var myName = "tunji"
var myAge = 27
var message = 'my ', + 'myName' + 'tunji is 19' + 'my age '.'

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
217,557 Points

You're close, but you have a few issues:

  • only declare each variable once in the code
  • variable names should not be enclosed in quotes
  • be sure to place the correct operator between each literal string and variable
  • be sure the quotes around each literal string are balanced and matching