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JavaScript

Brett Felts
Brett Felts
6,837 Points

JavaScript Basics Challenge Task 2

I can't figure out why the # sign won't concatenate properly. When I try to run the code, I get "Did you add a '#' between id and lastName?" My code: var id = "23188xtr"; var lastName = "Smith";

var userName = id.toUpperCase(); userName += '#' + lastName;

2 Answers

Brett Felts
Brett Felts
6,837 Points

Just figured it out. Forgot to add toUpperCase() to lastName.

Thanks Brett, I had the same problem.