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JavaScript JavaScript Numbers Working with Numbers Storing Numbers in Variables

Zachary Ditto
Zachary Ditto
59 Points

let myString = "This is my string"; const myNum = 37;

i dont know what this is

script.js
let myString = "my age is";
my age = 14; 

1 Answer

Ikechukwu Arum
Ikechukwu Arum
5,337 Points

What are you trying to do? “my age =14;” will give you an error because JavaScript doesn’t understand what you are trying to do there.