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Marina KlimiCourses Plus Student 1,080 Points
I can not create a code for two different variables
Hello I can not write the code for this question. Could you help? Marina
var id = "23188xtr"; alert (id.toUpperCase() + ('#') + (lastName.toUpperCase()); var lastName = "Smith"; var userName = (id) + ('#') + (lastName);
Lee GeertsenJava Web Development Techdegree Student 16,749 Points
You shouldn't put parentheses around the variables.
var userName = id + '#' + lastName;
Matthew LestinaCourses Plus Student 122 Points
Lee is generally correct, but fails to capitalize. Consider:
var fn = id.toUpperCase(); var ln = lastName.toUpperCase(); var userName = fn + '#' + ln;