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JavaScript JavaScript Quickstart Functions Write a Function

I really don't know what im doing


function add10(1) {
  return num + 10;
  <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
  <title>JavaScript Basics</title>
<script src="script.js"></script>

What you trying to do?

1 Answer

Cooper Runstein
Cooper Runstein
11,837 Points

I think what you're confused as to how arguments work in functions. Here's what you want:

function add10(num) { //This line is declaring  function named add10 that takes an argument named num
  return num + 10;

add10(1) //Call the add10 function and pass it the argument 1

You were trying to both create and call a function in one go, the point of functions is re-usability, you want to define the function in a way that can accept more than one argument, The code above will also let you pass 2 or 100 to the funciton.