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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Working with Strings Combine and Manipulate Strings

Getting error in quiz (make sure you declare 'msg' variable) Not sure what I am doing wrong.

let firstName = 'Ja';
let lastName = 'Fl';
let role = 'developer';

let message = 'firstName' + 'lastName' + ': ' + 'role';

1 Answer

Joseph Yhu
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Joseph Yhu
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firstName, lastName, and role are variables, so you shouldn't surround them with quotes. Also, be sure to put a space in between firstName and lastName.