Please post your actual code instead of a picture of code. Thanks.
I don’t understand your question. Can you please explain what you are asking?
You can add the two strings, store them to a variable than .toUpperCase that variable in one line.(don’t forget to add spacing when adding the 2 strings).
Hey @abdullahbinziad , ^-^
If all you are trying to do is grab two strings, concat them and convert them to upperase, the shortest Lines Of Code would be:
let text = "hello"; let text2 = "world"; let final = (text+" "+ text2).toUpperCase() console.log(final) // HELLO WORLD // concat the two strings and call toUpperCase() on them after concat // the blank space concat in between text1 and text2 is just to give some space to the resulting text //otherwise they would look congested like HELLOWORLD, without the blankspace
OR w/ the concat method
let final = (text.concat(" ", text2)).toUpperCase(); console.log(final) // HELLO WORLD // again the " " is just to put some space between HELLO and WORLD
Thank you so much Brother