# myVar =myVar +1; should be changed

Tell us what’s happening:

``````
var myVar = 87;

// Only change code below this line
myVar = myVar +1 ;
myVar = myVar ++;
myVar = 87 +1 ;

``````

my assignments are here
`myVar` should equal `88`
`myVar = myVar + 1;` should be changed (I can’t do this)
Use the `++` operator
Do not change code above the line

var myVar = 87;

// Only change code below this line

myVar = myVar +1 ;

myVar = myVar ++;

Not 100% on what you’re asking but have you tried:
myVar += 1;

Or if you only want to use the incrementer

delete all other lines and just use myVar++; as the only line below the comment

my assignments are here
`myVar` should equal `88`(passed)
`myVar = myVar + 1;` should be changed (I can’t do only this)
Use the `++` operator(passed)
Do not change code above the line(passed)

MY Solution is here

var myVar = 87;

// Only change code below this line

myVar = myVar +1 ;

myVar = myVar ++;

If you write
`x = x + 1` you are adding 1 but is long
You can write `x += 1` to make it shorter, and this is valid with any number
To make it even shorter, but it works only with adding 1, you can write
`x++;`

`x++` does the same thing of `x = x + 1`

Try now, and remember that the line `myVar = myVar + 1` should not be there when you have finished, the last error you are missing is because that line is there