Write Reusable JavaScript with Functions-N

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function functionWithArgs(one, two) {

console.log(one + two);

I don’t know how to call functionWithArgs with two numbers after you define it.
Is there anyone who could help me please ?

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Challenge: Write Reusable JavaScript with Functions

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In JS, you call a function like this:


The parentheses at the end tell JS that you are not referencing it but are actually calling it.

That is a function without parameters. For your function, you need to send it parameters. Those are placed inside the parentheses, separated by commas:

functionWithArgs(1, 2);

If your function is written correct, that should log out “3” to the console.

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