Debugging - Use the JavaScript Console to Check the Value of a Variable

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What??? This sentence makes no sense.

“variable “a” where noted in the code???” What does that mean? I copied the full original direction :point_down:

Use the console.log() method to print the value of the variable a where noted in the code.

Would someone please help me understand grammatically what this sentence is asking me to do here???

Thank you very much.

Your code so far

let a = 5;
let b = 1;
a++;
// Only change code below this line


let sumAB = a + b;
console.log(sumAB);

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Grammatically, ‘where noted’ is the same thing as ‘where it is noted’

It looks like they are using that line of "where noted" because they want you to add your code below this comment here

// Only change code below this line

It is probably to discourage people from changing existing code in lines 1-3

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