Basic JavaScript - Understanding Uninitialized Variables

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// Only change code below this line
var a;a=5;
var b;b=10;
var c;c="I am a";
// Only change code above this line
a = a + 1;a+1=6;
b = b + 5;b+5=15;
c = c + " String!";c+" String!"="I am a String!";

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Challenge: Basic JavaScript - Understanding Uninitialized Variables

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These comments aren’t just suggestions :slight_smile: You made changes outside of them. I would undo those changes or reset the lesson to get the original JS back.

While this will work, I think the intent was to both declare and initialize the variable in one statement, not two.

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