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As you can see I have completed the challenge. But the question I have is why did it pass? I thought when you use the const variable your supposed to capitalize the name assigned to the variable!! myStr isn’t fully capitalized… correct me please I need answers.
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const myStr = "This is the start. " + "This is the end.";
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Challenge: Concatenating Strings with Plus Operator
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const is used where you don’t want to reassign a value to the variable. const stands for constant which means that the value of the variable can’t be changed.
No, you don’t have to capitalize the variable name to use
const. There are some standard conventions a lot of programmers use for capitalizing part or all of a variable name. But these are for the sake of the reader. JS does not enforce any sort of capitalization rules.
If you use a suffix, add an operator (such as x++) after the operand, the increment operator increments, and returns the value before the increment. If you use a prefix, add an operator (such as ++ x) before the operand, the increment operator increments, and returns the incremented value.
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