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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Creating Reusable Code with Functions Review Creating Reusable Code with Functions

return the variable message

Please fill in the correct answer in each blank provided below. Fill in the blank(s) below:
Finish the code below, so that the function returns the message variable:

function greeting( name ) { var message = "Hello " + name;

; }

what i put : return ( message) - and they say its wrong...so what's right ?

2 Answers

Vedran Brnjetić
Vedran Brnjetić
6,004 Points

return is not a function, it is a statement, therefore, the brackets are the source of the error here.

return message

is the correct answer