To consolidate the previous topic, let's try using variables with concatenation. The syntax remains the same, we know how to concatenate (combine) two strings:
let what = 'Kings' + 'road'; console.log(what); // => 'Kingsroad'
… which means we can concatenate the string with a variable containing the string:
let first = 'Kings'; let what = first + 'road'; console.log(what); // => 'Kingsroad'
… and even concatenate two variables containing strings:
let first = 'Kings'; let last = 'road'; let what = first + last; console.log(what); // => 'Kingsroad'
Websites are constantly sending emails to their users. A common task is to automatically send a personalized email with the user's name in the header. If you store a person's name as a string somewhere in a website database, the task of generating the header boils down to concatenation. For instance, you have to concatenate the string
Hello with a string containing their name.
Write a program that will create a header and a body of the email using ready-made variables and print the resulting strings.
For the header use the variables
greeting, a comma, and an exclamation mark. Print it in the correct order.
For the email body, use the variables
intro, with the second sentence on a new line.
The result should look like this:
Hello, Joffrey! Here is important information about your account security. We couldn't verify your mother's maiden name.
Complete the task using
console.log() no more than twice.
The exercise doesn't pass checking. What to do? 😶
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In my environment the code works, but not here 🤨
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Consider how you should concatenate the variables (Which string? What order?) to get the two-line output of the email body.
Remember that you can create a string containing only the escape sequence