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Evgeniia Mas4,452 Points
Hello! On line number 8 in js file you have two "="., but wanted to make assignment to var, I think the problem is here at least.
Thomas Nilsen14,957 Points
My code is correct. Why won't the random numbers appear?
Well - if the numbers doesn't appear, the code is likely not correct.
Evgeniia S is right. Your mistake is here:
var = randNum = randomNumber(6);
var randNum = randomNumber(6);
Taqwa R1,852 Points
Thanks both! I had read over my code like 10 times, and compared to the example in the video but somehow missing the extra "=" each time. :-)