String Interpolation II Variables Issue


#1

I’m literally doing exactly what it says “Did you interpolate your name and favorite city using ES6 string interpolation?”

This is my code;

let Name = 'Matthew'; 
let City = 'Victoria'; 
console.log(`My name is ${Name}. My favourite city is ${City}.`);

I have back ticks inside either bracket, I don’t know why it’s not showing them.


#2

can you share the exercise url so we know what exercise we are at

the variable names could be case-sensitive, try city and name. javascript recommends cammelcase, which means if we have a variable like city, that its all lowercase, but if the variable consist of two words (thisVariable) that the second word (and onward) start with capital letter.


#3

Thanks so much! It worked :slight_smile:


#4