Learn Form Validation by Building a Calorie Counter - Step 39

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I get the hint:
You should use a template literal in your querySelector method.

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function addEntry() {
const targetId = ‘#’ + entryDropdown.value;
const templateLiteral = ${targetId} .input-container;
const targetInputContainer = document.querySelector(templateLiteral);
}

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Learn Form Validation by Building a Calorie Counter - Step 39

In the existing code line:

const targetInputContainer = document.querySelector(targetId + ' .input-container');

replace the concatenated string with a template literal. In other words, put the template literal between a pair of backticks `` in the form of :

`${variable} .the-rest`     ......... this is guidance
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Thanks a lot !!! It worked

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i already done it using this way before, but its not work for me.

function addEntry() {
const targetId = ‘#’ + entryDropdown.value;
const targetInputContainer = document.querySelector(‘${targetId} .input-container’);
}