Before, you typed your name in but didn't save it. You can fix that with variables! Variables are ways to store values to use later.
Since we're talking about your name, let's call our first variable
myName. We'll explain why the
m is lowercase and the
n is uppercased in a bit.
But before we declare the variable (we'll talk about this in the next exercise), try accessing it by typing
myName to see what happens.
To do this exercise, type 'myName' in the terminal and press enter. You'll soon see that you're not able to access 'myName'.