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I'm having trouble with this challenge. i have to make a constant and a string but idk how to make them equal each other

the question is "Create a constant named bestSmartphone and assign it the string "iPhone". i know how to make a constant and a string but idk how to make them equal each other.

const bestSmartphone; string iPhone = bestSmartphone;

1 Answer

Michael Hulet
Michael Hulet
47,869 Points

You're just making a constant called bestSmartphone that is a string. This should work:

let bestSmartphone = "iPhone"