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var myStr = "I am a /"double qouted/" string inside /"double quotes/" // Change this line
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Challenge: Escaping Literal Quotes in Strings
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hey, you have to use backslash \
var myStr = "I am a /"double quoted/" string inside /"double quotes/""; // Change this line
no matter what i try i cant pass
Escaping Literal Quotes in Strings
What is the error message? In what ways does your code differ from the sample?
oi tried everything i cant pss that
Please actually interact with me.
i’ll try to to do it s=again it keeps failing me i done everything peoole said
I’ll settle for one answer. The easy one. Please just answer my question… What does the failing test say?
SyntaxError: unknown: Missing semicolon. (1:14)
1 | var myStr = "“I am a /“double qouted/” string inside /“double quotes/””; // Change this line
Thank you for actually interacting with me.
The example is
Can you see a very small difference between the two sets of quotation marks?
sorry i was trying so hard all afternoon to fix it thats all i do then
i appreciate your time and help one last question which example am i supposed to use the tutorial told me the bottom one ,but people on here are saying the peter one
Nowhere did I tell you to use a different sentence. I asked how your code is different than the example (a question you strangely refused to answer).
You need to use the sentence with the phrase “double quoted”. But you need to put your slash in the correct direction like was shown in the example.
I wanted you to actually look at and compare the example and your code.
i truly appreciate your time and patience you just helped me understand why i wasn’t passing. i wasn’t purposly ignoring you i was honestly just trying to figure it out thats all hope you have a good night
I’m glad you figured it out in the end!
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