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Deondra Olden2,749 Points
Please help! How do I apply the document.write function to print the contents of the player? Thank you in advance! :-)
var player = "Jasmine"; ? How do I write the code to apply the document.write function to print the contents of the player?
var player="Jasmine"; document.write("player");
Jay Padzensky4,731 Points
You're super close! You actually do not need the quotation marks around player in your document.write because you're calling the variable player. By adding quotations around the variable, you're actually turning it into a string. I hope this helps!