Typo: 2. Declare your variables


Not hugely important, but figured I would let you know.

In this way, using backlashes () is useful because you can avoid really long lines!





What he means is the back-slash \

The back-slash-\ is seen as a so-called =escape= character,
causing the directly-following character NOT being interpreted....

Thus if you use the back-slash-\ at the end of a =line=
the =carriage-return= will NOT be interpreted by the Javascript interpreter.


Well, I literally mean that "backslashes" is misspelt as "backlashes" at some point in the excercise. Nothing more. I was just making them aware.

I appreciate the explanation though.