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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Creating Reusable Code with Functions Review Creating Reusable Code with Functions

Braden Piper
Braden Piper
3,677 Points

How is this not how you call the function warning(); ?

Given this function, write the code to call it:

function warning() { alert('Warning, warning, warning!'); }

My answer is: warning();

1 Answer

Valeshan Naidoo
Valeshan Naidoo
27,007 Points

Your answer is correct. The semi-colon is provided already, maybe you typed that in your answer? I typed in warning() and it worked.

Braden Piper
Braden Piper
3,677 Points

Thanks! That was it!