Can you please copy and paste your code so we can have a look? Also the exercise URL? Thanks in advance.
This above is what I'm trying to complete. The link is below this sentence.
I don't know if this is a bug or if I'm just missing something that is glaringly obvious. My JS skills are squat
When you put quotation marks around something it turns it into a string.
Simply remove the quotation marks to make your code like this.
console.log(3.5 + 22);
does JS not use as many quotations and double quotations as other languages?
Not sure what you mean. Quotes will give you strings, which you don't want around numbers.
If you need to make a calculation, such as 1 + 1, don't use quotes. If you want to store, say, a phone number, you might wanna use quotes.