`FCC` should be a constant variable declared with `const`

This is my code:

// Only change code below this line

const FCC = "FREE_CODE_CAMP";

let fact = "is cool!";

// Only change code above this

fact = "is cool!";

console.log(FCC, fact);

Showing this error when I “Run the Test” in E6 Javascript:

FCC should be a constant variable declared with const .

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FCC is a const, yes - but did you change the string in that const? The error is indicating something off…but in this case, maybe not the right thing.

Hello. Thanks for your help.

Yes, that may be the answer: to display FCC as “FCC” if that’s what you are saying

Hi ,

I resolved my problem

FCC had to be initialized

I could not conceptualize how to initialize but finally got it.

Correct code below:

// Only change code below this line
const FCC = “freeCodeCamp”;
let fact = “is cool!”;
// Only change code above this
fact = “is cool!”;
console.log(FCC, fact)