console.log(“melbourne is great”.substring(0,12) );
console.log( “hamburger”.substring(3,10) );
Your sub-strings are correct, but the strings aren’t.
January (uppercase first letter)
melbourne is great should be
Melbourne is great(uppercase first letter)
Hamburgers (uppercase fist letter, and we have multiply hamburgers so
s at the end)
thanks bro !! you save my life !!
I have all of the correct punctuation as far as I can tell but it’s still saying I’m wrong. What exactly is it that is wrong here?
"January".substring(0,2); "Melbourne is great".substring(0,11); "Hamburgers".substring(3,10);
Never mind, looks like I was completely forgetting the console.log() bit. Duh!
When I did it, the syntax error said unexpected
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