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JavaScript Convert to Arrow Function Expressions

Wondering why we can't write the third function like this

const printMyName = (myname ='Ashley') => console.log(myName)

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,692 Points

JavaScript is case sensitive, so "myname" (lower case "n") is not the same thing as "myName" (capital "N"). But if you use either one consistently in the definition, this should work just fine.