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TIM POLLARD896 Points
var id = "23188xtr"; var lastName = "Smith"; var userName = id.toUpperCase(); var userName = lastName.toUpperCase(); var happy = "I am happy"; var shout = happy.toUpperCase() + "!"; // "I AM HAPPY!"
Antonio De Rose20,878 Points
overwrite the variable username to store the value like "23188XTR#SMITH"
you have to do at your 4th line, of the JS, erasing all of what you have written from the 4th line.