Basic JavaScript - Use the parseInt Function

not sure what I have done.

Your code so far

var a =parseInt();
function convertToInteger(str) 
{
  
  return parseInt(str);
}

convertToInteger("56");
console.log(parseInt)

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Challenge: Basic JavaScript - Use the parseInt Function

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thanks done it bro thanks for advice

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The parseInt() method takes an argument. If a argument passed is a string and a number i.e.parseInt("56"); It will return integer 56. And if a argument passed is a string and not a number i.e. parseInt("Some text"); It will return NaN. Which means Not a number.

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