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var id = "23188xtr"; var lastName = "Smith"; var userName = id; console.log(id.toUpperCase());
Justin HornerTreehouse Guest Teacher
You're close! The challenge is asking you to assign the result of
toUpperCase to the variable
userName. In your code, you're using
console.log instead of assigning the value to
You can remove the
console.log call and instead call
id in the line above it.
I hope this helps.