FAQ: Code Challenges: JavaScript Fundamentals - sillySentence()


#1

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

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#2

Why would they want me to do it exactly their way? i literally coded my own good function working all well and its wrong because it wasnt made their way lol


#3

looking at the tests for that exercise, it only appears to test behaviour. Maybe your code behaved slightly incorrectly.


#4

Here’s my code I used for this and it’s not working…any suggestions?

const sillySentence =(input1, input2, input3) => {
return I am so ${input1} because I ${input2} coding! Time to write some more awesome ${input3};
}


#5

Never mind, they wanted me to change my variables names to what they have. Thanks any way


#6

They… don’t.
You probably changed something else as well (the code you shown won’t produce the right string)


#7

Hi Team… I’m new and while the result gets printed cleanly on my screen- Its still appearing as wrong? Any ideas?

function sillySentence (adjective, verb, noun) { return I am so ${adjective} because I ${verb} coding! Time to write some more awesome ${noun}!;} I have tried variable name changes, using const syntax versus function. Any variation gives me the printed result on the screen, but still asks if i have used string concatenation or string interpolation?


#8

Don’t bother! Poor marking team! Why should i have to call them String1, String2, String3?