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JavaScript JavaScript Quickstart Functions Write a Function

Jay Siddik
Jay Siddik
11,901 Points

Finally, call the add10 function and pass it one number value as the argument.

what am i doing wrong ?

function add10(num) {
 return num + 10;
function num(1);
  <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
  <title>JavaScript Basics</title>
<script src="script.js"></script>
Andy tran
Andy tran
7,112 Points

you need to call the function and pass in the value. it should be like : add10(1);

1 Answer

Heidi Puk Hermann
Heidi Puk Hermann
33,352 Points

Like Andy Tran wrote in his comment. You only use the "function" keyword, when you declare your function. When you run it, you write the function name and then your input value(s) inside the parentheses. In your case it would look like this: