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JavaScript JavaScript Quickstart Data Types and Variables Creating Variables

how is this wrong

Why is there a syntax error

var myName = "Mary";
var myAge = 41;
var message = myName + " is " myAge;

1 Answer

you just forgot a + symbol

var message = myName + " is " myAge;

// it should be 
// var message = myName + " is " +  myAge;