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const myStr = 'I am a "double quoted" sting inside "double quotes.'; // Change this line
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Challenge: Escaping Literal Quotes in Strings
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You missed the instruction:
You also misspelled “string” and are missing a quote.
Now I did figure it out, if anyone is having a hard time with this one the answer is just
const myStr= “I am a “double quoted” string inside “double quotes”.”;
you just have to be careful with the spacings and spellings.
Thank you, I see my mistakes now.
Yeah, it confuses people at first - especially if you’re not used to coding and escape characters - that’s why there is a lesson.