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Roberto Da Silva4,213 Points
hi guys, is this a malfunction or am I doing something wrong ? cheers guys
can anyone help ? many thanks
var answer prompt ("What day is it?") var answer = prompt ("what day is it?") document.write (answer);
Steven Parker220,416 Points
The string used by the prompt statement (the 2nd one) has "what" (with a lower-case "w") instead of "What" (with a capital "W").
Also, the first call to prompt isn't necessary and causes the user to have to answer the question twice (and task 3 to fail).
And while it doesn't affect passing the challenge, it's good practice to always end statements with a semicolon.