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JavaScript The Solution

Kimberly Dolcin
Kimberly Dolcin
4,369 Points

My code is not showing up on the screen!

alert("Lets do some math!"); var num1 = prompt("Pick a Number"); num1=parseFloat(num1); var num2 = prompt("Pick a Number"); num2 = parseFloat(num2); var message = "</h1>Math with the numbers " + num1 + " and "+ num2 + "</h1>" message+= num1 + "+" + num2 + "=" + (num1+num2); doucment.write(message);

1 Answer

Adomas Domeika
Adomas Domeika
6,151 Points

Spelling mistake.

instead of document you spelled doUCment

Adomas Domeika
Adomas Domeika
6,151 Points

Also, even though ES6 doesn't require you to use semicolons, but you forgot it in this line:

var message = "</h1>Math with the numbers " + num1 + " and "+ num2 + "</h1>" 

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