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Submitted by
Seth Bone
over 4 years ago

Is answer = 'c' not the correct one?

it wont accept it, is there a different format it needs to be in?


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c is correct answer but this way

var answe = 'C';
you shall take care of narrow points as well.

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Submitted by
√Čn Josi
over 4 years ago

2 Comments

5406b93f548c3592e0000bf4_438192580 Cousins over 3 years ago

answer not answe

3c6a06657b60b85b394e61f048aa062d?s=140&d=retro Shashwat Sharma over 3 years ago

NICE THIS WORKS 2014


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i'm getting the same error

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Submitted by
Roberto Cruz
over 4 years ago

2 Comments

A036a33a5babb39ad4786f6e8b503fea?s=140&d=retro fatlock over 4 years ago

Have you tried ending with a semicolon?

5a491736e57892f3d3a31f31bda11621?s=140&d=retro Aaron Melchor over 4 years ago

did u put quotes? its a string


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Also try to end it with semi colan and enter the c as "C" (in between double quotes)

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Submitted by
KirsanthKumar
over 4 years ago


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try it ....its worked for me....
var answer ='c';

355 points
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Submitted by
Dilip Meghwal
almost 4 years ago


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The right answer is var answer = "c"; This is in reply to the four statements above in the comments, I.E // the server.

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Submitted by
bobbymagee
over 2 years ago