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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Working with Strings Combine and Manipulate Strings

uppercase

I tried everything and still doesn`t work. Someone has an idea?

app.js
let firstName = ("Amila");
let lastName = ("Duranovic");
let role = ('developer');
let msg = (firstName + ' ' + lastName + ':' + role + '.');
msg = role.toUpperCase();

1 Answer

Martin Jones
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Martin Jones
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You could try the code below, the main change here is that I have changed the message, to be equal to the message in uppercase, this will change the message to AMILA DURANOVIC:DEVELOPER.

In your code example, it would set the message to be just DEVELOPER as you are only applying uppercase to the role.

let firstName = ("Amila");
let lastName = ("Duranovic");
let role = ('developer');
let msg = (firstName + ' ' + lastName + ':' + role + '.');
msg = msg.toUpperCase();

Hope this helps, please note my membership is paused at the moment, I cannot see the exact question, so I am making some presumptions that the message should be a combination of the variables you set,