Basic JavaScript - Store Multiple Values in one Variable using JavaScript Arrays

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why dose it keep saying that the second one in string should be a number, it is.

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// Only change code below this line
const myArray = ["i am", "23"];

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Challenge: Basic JavaScript - Store Multiple Values in one Variable using JavaScript Arrays

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When you put quotes around it then that makes it a string, even if that string is a number. A number in JS has no quotes, just the number itself.

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yeah thanks i figured that as soon as i wrote the msg. thanks tho for reply.

I’ve tried that I can think of?

I keep getting a syntax error when I try to create a string so it won’t even let the code run. I’ve written all the basic ways I think it should work… Anyone?

A picture is not the best way to share code. But from the looks of it you are not using normal single ' or double " quotes. If this is from you typing on your keyboard you may need to change some setting. Also i know that if i copy and paste words from a site that have stylized “quotes” for the left and right side that javascript is not a fan of it will give that error.

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