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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Storing and Tracking Information with Variables The Variable Challenge

Christina Blair
Christina Blair
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 981 Points

Feedback? Was there anything that could be done better or more efficiently?


Also...I'm still a little confused about where to add .toLowerCase(). I feel like it would have been useful here after I had someone fill in the blanks and they capitalized the first letter of each word they entered.

Where would I add that?

2 Answers

Darrell Conklin
Darrell Conklin
21,122 Points

You would add it whenever you called a variable that you wanted to convert to lower case ex:

message += " jumped over the " + adj_two.toLowerCase();

as far as efficiency goes it's adequate, I wouldn't worry too much about it at this point so long as you learn what they're trying to teach you.

Bader Alsabah
Bader Alsabah
4,738 Points

I believe Eliyah's answer above covered the use of toLowerCase() and your code looks fine and achieves the desired practice and output. So, keep at it & goodluck!