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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Storing and Tracking Information with Variables The Variable Challenge

Dominik Sikiric
Dominik Sikiric
2,059 Points

How to "space"/move apart two var input into one sentence?

For example, I have first var noun and its input is CAR, and second var adjective and input is NICE, then I want to combine it into_ var message = ajdective + noun and after that document.write (message) I will get NICECAR, how to move apart it to NICE CAR?

1 Answer

Rich Donnellan
MOD
Rich Donnellan
Treehouse Moderator 27,684 Points

Hey Dominik,

Just as you would concatenate the variables with a plus (+), you would also concatenate a space (" ") the same way; yes, quotes are needed as it's a string.

var message = adjective + " " + noun;
document.write(message);

Hope this helps!

-Rich

Dominik Sikiric
Dominik Sikiric
2,059 Points

ah I see, clever solution :) Thanks Rich