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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Working with Strings Combine Strings and Template Literals Review

Hello i am getting wrong regarding this task const name="Aneesah"; let message=`"Hello" ${name} " .how are you "`

Do you know what is the best way I can fix this challenge? Thanks

1 Answer

The template literal should be written as:

let message = Hello ${name}. How are you?;

Just make sure you are adding your backticks and interpolating the 'name' variable with the correct syntax. You do not need to use quotations in the template literal as the backticks will identify everything including your interpolated variable as part of the string. (This answer does not show the backticks but they should enclose the entire string.)