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Sean Jordan1,876 Points
Finally, add a # symbol and lastName in uppercase to the end of the userName string. The final value of userName is "231
var id = "23188xtr"; var lastName = "Smith"; var userName var userName = id; var userName = id.toUpperCase(); + lastName.toUppercase;
Steven Parker210,425 Points
You're getting close, but there's a few issues to fix:
- you should only declare a variable once, the first two lines with "userName" in them can be removed
- you have "toUppercase" (with a little "c") instead of "toUpperCase" (with capital "C")
- when calling a function or method, there must be parentheses after the function name
- there should not be a semicolon in the middle of the line (only at the end)
- you need to add a "#" symbol between the upper-cased id and lastName