Passing values to functions with arguments need help

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how do i call the function

  **Your code so far**

function functionWithArgs(one, two){
console.log(one + two);

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Challenge: Passing Values to Functions with Arguments

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The description says:

Then we can call testFun like this: testFun("Hello", "World"); .

So, you could call your functions like:

functionWithArgs('apple', 'jack')

I’m afraid I still don’t understand.

my problem: “You should call functionWithArgs with two numbers after you define it.”

my code:

function functionWithArgs(one, two){

console.log(one + two);


functionWithArgs(‘6’, ‘9’);

functionWithArgs(‘4’, ‘8’);

OK, I didn’t read the thing closely but just asked your question.

My example was calling the function with strings:

functionWithArgs('apple', 'jack')

You are also calling it with strings:

functionWithArgs(‘6’, ‘9’);

But it says that you want to call it with numbers. If you remove the quote marks ('), those will be numbers instead of strings.

thank you! sorry for the inconvenience

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Keep up the good work.

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