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idriss ElouilaniCourses Plus Student 1,232 Points
var player = "jasmine "; what I did wrong?
I create the variable name player and assign it 'Jasmine'
var player = "jasmine";
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there! You're really close here! There's simply an error in capitalization. The string should be
Jasmine, but you've typed
jasmine. These are two separate values. Besides challenges being rather strict, it's also important to note that just about everything in programming is case-sensitive.
Give it another go with this hint in mind!