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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Working with Strings Combine and Manipulate Strings

Wilbert Brinson
Wilbert Brinson
2,037 Points

Im having trouble with this question what am I doing wrong

app.js
let firstName = ("wil");
let lastName = ("brein");
let role = ('developer');
msg = "firstName " + "lastName" + ": " + "role";

console.log(msg)

4 Answers

Declare msg with "const msg =" or "let msg =". That what I think is missing.

Wilbert Brinson
Wilbert Brinson
2,037 Points

Finally, convert the string stored in role to uppercase letters. The final msg string should look similar to this: "Carlos Salgado: DEVELOPER".

let firstName = ("Wil"); let lastName = ("Brein"); let role = ('developer'); let shout = role.toUpperCase(); let msg = firstName + " " + lastName + ": " + shout;

console.log(msg);

Each "let" is the start of a new line