Learn Form Validation by Building a Calorie Counter - Step 38

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Step 38

Now you need to target the .input-container element within the element that has your targetId. Declare a new targetInputContainer variable, and assign it the value of document.querySelector(). Use concatenation to separate targetId and '.input-container' with a space, and pass that string to querySelector().

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const targetInputContainer = document.querySelector(targetId);

You should concatenate ' .input-container' to targetId . Remember to include the space at the beginning of .input-container .


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Learn Form Validation by Building a Calorie Counter - Step 38

Concatenating means to put together by adding the + operator between the elements.

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