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Finally, convert the string stored in role to uppercase letters. The final msg string should look similar to this: "Carl
let firstName = "Saroosh"; let lastName = "Sajid"; let role = 'developer'; let msg = firstName + ' ' + lastName + " Carlos Salgado: " + role; const change = role.toUpperCase() ); console.log(msg);
Instead of trying to create a new variable in the line
const change = role.toUpperCase() );, try changing the end of your
msg string from
role.toUpperCase();. You only need one opening and closing parenthesis for the function.
While the challenge asks you to create a string like "Carlos Salgado: developer" or "Carlos Salgado: DEVELOPER", you don't need to include the string "Carlos Salgado" in your
msg, just the same type of format, with ":" and spacing.