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Evaluate the code in app.js. The code currently produces a TypeError. Adjust the code so that the points variable holds
const points = 100; const bonusPts = 50; points += bonusPts; console.log(points);
A variable declared with the keyword const is immutable (it cannot be changed), so in order to pass the challenge you need to change the const keyword for the points variable declaration to let (you could also probably change it to var, but the use of var is not good practice).