FAQ: Code Challenges: JavaScript Fundamentals - agreeOrDisagree()


This community-built FAQ covers the “agreeOrDisagree()” exercise from the lesson “Code Challenges: JavaScript Fundamentals”.

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The question states: write a function that takes in two strings. Shouldn’t first and second be written as strings, such as const agreeOrDisagree (‘first, second’) ??


That is one string, btw. If the function expects two strings, then each would be quoted separately. Are first and second already declared variables with a value? If so, there would be no quotes since we wish to access those values, and not 'first', 'second'.