# (Use the parseInt Function)

Tell us what’s happening:
I don’t have understand what i should do

Your code so far

``````
function convertToInteger(str) {

}

convertToInteger("56");
``````

User Agent is: `Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/67.0.3396.99 Safari/537.36`.

Okay That I understand it the first is right now for others I don’t understand what to do

convertToInteger(“56”) should return a number
convertToInteger(“56”) should return 56
convertToInteger(“77”) should return 77
convertToInteger(“JamesBond”) should return NaN

At that I don’t understand the code that I should do?
I try convertTolnteger(“56”)
and of all them same with the code above but it isn’t right

I understand of all this but i don’t understand the last one.

I don’t understand the last sentence

I read it but again I don’t understand it sorry for tiredness but I don’t understand it

I believe it is easy but now I have many hours which I try to do it and mmy brain has got tired

I don’t understand it all I haven’t got a part of lesson!

Well I believe she understood the whole var.

The problem in this section is that instead of var you should pay attention to this part here.

Use `parseInt()` in the `convertToInteger` function so it converts the input string `str` into an integer, and

returns it.

This changes the approach a bit. You shouldn’t be focusing on creating a `var` for the `parseInt` inside the `function`. But to `return` the `parseInt` inside the `function`. I got a bit confused there too and I understand what you meant.

Good Luck and Keep coding.

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