FAQ: Welcome to Codecademy! - Welcome to Codecademy!

This community-built FAQ covers the “Welcome to Codecademy!” exercise from the lesson “Welcome to Codecademy!”.

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Web Development
Code Foundations

Welcome to Codecademy!

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is coding case sensitive?

Hey @core9622614179!
JavaScript definitely is. For example, if you define the variable name then you can’t access it by using Name or NAME. Same thing with console.log and all the other statements.

Which computer coding language(s) are being utilized for these exercises/projects?

For welcome to codecademy it is Javascript you will be practicing with