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Scott Jenkins310 Points
I just don't understand this
I am just not comprehending this :( Seems like he goes over so much so fast
var id = "23188xtr"; var lastName = "Smith"; var userName = touppercase(id);
Travis Adams3,667 Points
Firstly, you need to pay close attention to the camel-casing with method names.
Secondly, you're passing the variable id as a parameter to the .toUpperCase() method, although it does not take one. The correct syntax is like this:
var userName = id.toUpperCase();
Hey Scott, there is no touppercase() method as such, the one you need is string.toUpperCase();
hope it helps, good luck! Deckey