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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Working with Strings Write a Template Literal



const flavor = "Blueberry";
const type = "Smoothie";
const price = 4.99;

const drink = `${flavor} ${type}:$${price}.`

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,982 Points

The new code should output exactly the same thing as the original concatenated string did (and as shown in the instructions).

In the original, there was a space between the colon and dollar-sign, and there was no period at the end.