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Use the document.write() function to print the contents of the player variable to the page.
how do i do this?
var player="Jasmine"; document.write("Jasmine");
When you are creating a variable (var player), you assign it a value, you can then use this value later in your code with just calling the name of the variable (player). No need to write the string "Jasmine" all over again – You see? (: