In this HackerRank Day 0: Data Types 10 days of javascript problem solution there are Variables named firstInteger, firstDecimal, and firstString are declared for you in the editor below. You must use the  operator to perform the following sequence of operations:

1. Convert secondInteger to an integer (Number type), then sum it with firstInteger and print the result on a new line using console.log.
2. Convert secondDecimal to a floating-point number (Number type), then sum it with firstDecimal and print the result on a new line using console.log.
3. Print the concatenation of firstString and secondString on a new line using console.log. Note that firstString must be printed first.

## Problem solution in JavaScript programming.

```/**
*   The variables 'firstInteger', 'firstDecimal', and 'firstString' are declared for you -- do not modify them.
*   Print three lines:
*   1. The sum of 'firstInteger' and the Number representation of 'secondInteger'.
*   2. The sum of 'firstDecimal' and the Number representation of 'secondDecimal'.
*   3. The concatenation of 'firstString' and 'secondString' ('firstString' must be first).
*
*	Parameter(s):
*   secondInteger - The string representation of an integer.
*   secondDecimal - The string representation of a floating-point number.
*   secondString - A string consisting of one or more space-separated words.
**/
function performOperation(secondInteger, secondDecimal, secondString) {
// Declare a variable named 'firstInteger' and initialize with integer value 4.
const firstInteger = 4;

// Declare a variable named 'firstDecimal' and initialize with floating-point value 4.0.
const firstDecimal = 4.0;

// Declare a variable named 'firstString' and initialize with the string "HackerRank".
const firstString = 'HackerRank ';

// Write code that uses console.log to print the sum of the 'firstInteger' and 'secondInteger' (converted to a Number        type) on a new line.
console.log(firstInteger + Number(secondInteger))

// Write code that uses console.log to print the sum of 'firstDecimal' and 'secondDecimal' (converted to a Number            type) on a new line.
console.log(firstDecimal + Number(secondDecimal))

// Write code that uses console.log to print the concatenation of 'firstString' and 'secondString' on a new line. The        variable 'firstString' must be printed first.
console.log(firstString + secondString)
}```