Declare two String Variables

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Your code so far

// Example
var firstName = "Alan";
var lastName = "Turing";

// Only change code below this line

var myFirstname = "Thabo";
var myLastname = "Ntuli";

I need help, is there anything wrong? I am trying to declare two string variables:

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Nothing wrong with the syntax, but check your variables’ spelling/capitalizations.

Thank you, I saw that and fixed it.

JavaScript is sensible case.

You have to code your variable like this : var myFirstName = ‘Thabo’ instead of your var myfirstName = ‘Thabo’ .
In the instructions you can see “myFirstName” and Not “myfirstName.” This is why they said you are wrong even if your synthax is ok :slight_smile:

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Awesome Nabi. I appreciate your effort