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Arya PatelFront End Web Development Techdegree Student 6,839 Points
Finally, convert the string stored in role to uppercase letters. The final msg string should look similar to this: "Carl
Hello there , I dont think I am wrong because I tried this on workspace and it works perfectly over there. Help? Thanks.
let firstName='Arya'; let lastName='Patel'; let role = 'developer'; let msg = firstName + ' ' + lastName + ':'+role.toUpperCase()+".";
Steven Parker228,001 Points
Testing in a workspace can only reveal syntax errors, but a challenge must also produce a specific result .
The instructions said: The final msg string should look similar to this: "Carlos Salgado: DEVELOPER" — note that there should be a space after the colon, and no period at the end.
GERARDO PEÑA379 Points
Im writing my code as it is
let firstName = "Jerry"; let lastName = "Pena"; let role = 'developer';
let msg = firstName + ' ' + lastName + ': ' + role.toUpperCase() + '.';
for some reason it's incorrect, I have written the same code on the workspace and checked the result in the console, and the results print as they must = Jerry Pena: DEVELOPER.
Cant recognize the mistake.