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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Working with Strings Write a Template Literal

Frank Grillo
Frank Grillo
4,912 Points

Writing a Template Literal

How do I write this Template Literal?

const flavor = "Blueberry";
const type = "Smoothie";
const price = 4.99;

const drink = `${flavor}: $${type}: $$${price}:`

1 Answer

Jonathan Grieve
Jonathan Grieve
Treehouse Moderator 90,797 Points

It looks like you've added an extra $ character for every time you're referencing a variable in your Template variables. Presumably, because you're trying to differentiate one from the other. But you don't need to do this.

You just need one each time for JavaScript to recognise it is a variable and interpret the name.

const drink = `${flavor}: $${type}: $$${price}:`