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JavaScript JavaScript Numbers Working with Numbers Storing Numbers in Variables

Hi guys I am trying to create variable named age and assign it to my age .... I do not understand what is not correct

what is the problem in the code that i wrote. ?

let age = "This is my age";
const myNum = 30;

1 Answer

Justin Cox
Justin Cox
12,123 Points

You're close! Just change "This is my age" to 30, like so:

let age = 30;

OR, if you absolutely have to use a constant, you could declare the constant first and then assign it to age, like so:

const myNum = 30;
let age = myNum;