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Im stuck !! help !! where is the problem coming ???
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const fCC = "freeCodeCamp"; // Change this line
let fact = "is cool!"; // Change this line
fact = "is awesome!";
console.log(fCC, fact); // Change this line
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Challenge: Declare a Read-Only Variable with the const Keyword
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The failing tests are trying to tell you what the problem is.
You should change
fCC to all uppercase.
console.log should be changed to print the
That was in reference to this instruction:
Also, rename variables declared with
const to conform to common practices.
based on the instruction:
Note: It is common for developers to use uppercase variable identifiers for immutable values and lowercase or camelCase for mutable values (objects and arrays).
FCC is a constant primitive so it is an immutable value so it should be uppercase.
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