Error: reusableFunction should be a function

On the assignment, Basic JavaScript: Write Reusable JavaScript with Functions, I receive the following message in the output field:

// running tests
reusableFunction should be a function.
You should call reusableFunction after you define it.
// tests completed
// console output

Hi World

My code is as follows:

function reuseableFunction() {
    console.log("Hi World");
  }
  reuseableFunction();

Can someone please tell me what I’m not seeing?

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User Agent is: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/83.0.4103.116 Safari/537.36 Edg/83.0.478.58.

Challenge: Write Reusable JavaScript with Functions

Link to the challenge:

Welcome to the forum.

You have a typo in your function name:

reusableFunction();

So what you did is conceptually correct, but the tests are looking for it to be spelled differently.

Thank both for getting back to me so quickly. It’s embarrassing how long I spent trying to figure this out. I’ll keep a closer eye on this in the future. I really appreciate your help.

This sort of typo happens to all of us from time to time : )

It has happened to me several times today responding to posts even lol.