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Chantal St Louis5,524 Points
I don't understand the question. What is the correct answer please? Perhaps the answer will help me understand
The contents of the player variable is 'Jasmine' correct? So I thought to print the contents of the player variable using document.write(); would be - document.write("jasmine"); I have printed the contents 'Jasmine'. My answer is incorrect but I don't understand why.
var player = 'Jasmine'; document.write("player = Jasmine");
Jonathan GrieveTreehouse Moderator 90,845 Points
You want to create a variable with a string, which as you've correctly defined is a string of characters in quotes.
player as a string variable.
So to display the value on the document you simply need to pass
document.write() but not in a string in itself. And you don't need to assign any more values.
So you simply do