Basic JavaScript - Declare JavaScript Variables

I have to Use the var keyword to create a variable called myName .

my code so far

var myname= "christina"

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Challenge: Basic JavaScript - Declare JavaScript Variables

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Hey, case matters when writing variables in JavaScript.
They are asking you to write it in a convention known as ‘camelCase’, meaning the first letter of a word except the first one should be in upper case.

var myName = "christina" ; 

Hi, thank you for you’re help I have tried this it still does not work

have you tried to use camel case?
Share the new code.

Hey, i was looking at the exercise and it just asks you to make variable called myName, you dont have to give it a value yet. So the ="christina"makes it wrong.

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Hi, thank you for youre help. It worked :wink:

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