Title Case a Sentence issue

Can you please take a look on below?
I am starting my journey with coding and do not know what is wrong in my code.
Probably I miss some digits or maybe logic?

Your code so far

function titleCase(str) {
var a=str.toLowerCase().split(" ");
var result ="";
  for (i=0, i<a.length, i++);{
    words = a[i].charAt[0].toUpperCase() + a[i].substr[1];
     result = result + words;} {
    return a;

titleCase("I'm a little tea pot");

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There’s a couple of errors in your code.

  • There shouldn’t be a semicolon after i++) (technically this isn’t a syntax error but placing a semicolon here causes a lot of bugs).
  • The commas in the for-loop header should be semicolons: for (i = 0; i < a.length; i++).
  • There’s an extra { at the end of result = result + words; }.
  • charAt and substr are functions, not arrays, so the brackets should be parentheses: charAt(0), substr(1)
  • You seem to be returning the wrong variable.

Other than that your logic is pretty close. You just need a few tweaks to how you make the result string.

Thanks a lot. I am still amateur in this big world;)

Now it looks like below, and what is most important - it works :slight_smile: Thank you one more time !

var a=str.toLowerCase().split(" “);
var result =”";

for (i=0; i<a.length; i++){
words = a[i].charAt(0).toUpperCase() + a[i].substr(1);
result =result+ " “+ words;}
if (result.charAt(0) == ’ ') result = result.replace(” ", “”);
return result;

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