basics of javascript

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var myVar = 87;
// Only change code below this line
myVar++

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Challenge: Increment a Number with JavaScript

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The variable myVar was created and the number 87 was assigned to it.
MyVar ++ will add 1 to myVar (ie 87 + 1), because ++ means that you are adding 1 to the variable.

It could be:
myVar = myVar + 1;
myVar + = 1;
myVar ++;

So, after that, if you run:
console.log(myVar);
it you return 88.

Your code is missing a semicolon after myVar++, which causes the test to fail.