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Raphael MalimsCourses Plus Student 498 Points
What could possibly be wring with my code?
var width = '190px'; var width = parseInt(width); var numOfDivs = 10; var totalWidth = (width * numOfDivs);
Timothy Schmidt4,806 Points
This code works if it's used in a browser, but for some reason the treehouse platform doesn't like the multiple declarations of
width. If you remove the
var keyword on the second line, it works.
var width = '190px'; width = parseInt(width);