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Jacob Tennyson6,240 Points
this "toUpperCase" code isnt working on my the test.
var quick = "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog"; var quickLength = quick.length; console.log(length); var indexOfBrown = quick.indexOf("brown"); console.log(indexOfBrown); var tenthCharacter = quick.charAt(9); var wordBrown = quick.substr(10,5); console.log(quick); var quickUpper = quick; console.log(quick.toUpperCase()); var quickLower = quick;
Herb Bresnan10,658 Points
I don't think its necessary to log every thing to the console. He just wants to see if you know how objects work with methods.
The object you want to perform the method on is quick
You separate the object from the method with a "." And the method you are using is toUppercase();
var quickUpper = quick.toUpperCase();