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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Storing and Tracking Information with Variables Update the Value of a Variable

Evaluate the code in app.js. The code currently produces a TypeError. Adjust the code so that the points variable holds

for some reason my console.log(points); doesn't want to work.

const points = 100;
let bonusPts = 50;

let points += 50;

1 Answer

Jason Miller
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Jason Miller
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You're declaring the points variable twice. Once with const and once with let. Change the initial points declaration from const to let. Once you've done that, remove the let from the second declaration: points += 50;