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var myStr = “I am a “double quoted” string inside “double quotes””;
var myStr = "I am a \"double quoted\" string inside \"double quotes\"";
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Challenge: Escaping Literal Quotes in Strings
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You are forgetting something at the end of the sentence (what do sentences usually end with?)
it ends with double quotes and this ;
It’s a very subtle thing, i couldn’t tell if the punctuation was part of the test, or part of the result. Add a missing punctuation mark to the end of your sentence.
am new to computer science can you give me an example
This isn’t really anything specific to programming, it’s just that the instructions want a period at the end of that sentence, so you need to add a period.
And I agree with @snowmonkey, the period is very hard to see in the example (it appears to be colored light green).
You’re missing a
. after the last
\" and before the last
The test is looking for a sentence, ending with a period.
ok it worked thank you so much sir
sorry english is my 5th langague
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