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Don't you have to write ${Search} to recall the input from the prompt?

I learned from past courses that you need to have ${variable} in order to recall from an input of a prompt. Am I wrong?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,474 Points

I'm not sure what you mean by "recall ", but that looks like the syntax for a replacement token in a template literal used to create a string. If you're not using a template literal, that would probably not be correct syntax.

Please show your code so we can see what is being done with it.

I found out what was wrong.

So my question was about displaying a dynamic string on the screen.

And in order to do that we can use ${variable} method. and if I don't use that method, alternative way would be using 'document.write()'.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,474 Points

There are other ways also. But always show the complete code along with the question, little bits of code may not convey the issue.