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David MillingtonCourses Plus Student 6,285 Points
You didn't provide the `player` variable to the `document.write()` function.
You didn't provide the
player variable to the
var player = "Jasmine"; document.write("player!");
Julian Gutierrez19,201 Points
You are very close, by surrounding player with quotes you are passing a string to document.write when you need to pass in the variable player. There is also no need for the exclamation mark.
var player = "Jasmine"; document.write(player);