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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Storing and Tracking Information with Variables Combining Strings

Need help over here!

is there anything wrong in this?

var visitor = prompt ('What is you name?');

var Age = prompt('how old are mister');

var messeage ="hello to tree house " + visitor +are you Age;


bhuwan shrestha
bhuwan shrestha
Courses Plus Student 8,489 Points

Hi John, On line 3 you are concatenating string with variable. since {are you} is a string you have to put this inside "" and separate from variable Age using + sign. So you can correct your code like following: var messeage ="hello to tree house " + visitor +"are you"+ Age;

Chris Bryan
Chris Bryan
3,654 Points

Try this

var visitor = prompt ('What is your name?'); var age = prompt ('How old are you mister?'); var message = "Hello to treehouse " + visitor + " you are " + age + "."; document.write(message);

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
221,322 Points

It looks like you're missing some punctuation.

You forgot to put quotes around the string " are you ", and you need a plus sign (+) between that and the variable Age.

You also misspelled "messeage" (with an extra "e"), but since you did it consistently it should not be a problem.

thank you Steven!

Thank you joseph Frazer!