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JavaScript

Set the 'escapedNewLine' variable to the string of a new line character.

hi im on this code challenge and I dont understand the question I use this code but its not correct apparentlyvar escapedNewLine = "escaped\nNew\nLine"; thanks for the help!

5 Answers

Answer is "\n"

Misleading question challenge, I know.

WOW! Thanks! definitely not what i expected.

Never mind I just needed to use \n as the string

whats the right answer! I don't get the question at all??

var escapedNewLine = "\n"; console.log(escapedNewLine);

Agreed, this question is confusing. I was trying to write a string with a new line. When would you ever set a string to just \n in javascript?

Merche Haruna Hirooka
Merche Haruna Hirooka
11,526 Points

var escapedNewLine ="\n";

went correct