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  1. Because you're not quoting your label properly. You're going to be generating a function call that looks like myfunction(8, The world's best cider); That's invalid Javascript, your label needs to be inserted as a valid string literal so that you'd end up with a call that looks like: myfunction(8, 'The world\'s best cider'); Such a thing can be done, but it's pain to do and this whole approach is the wrong way to accomplish this anyway so you shouldn't bother trying to figure out how to quote your string. There are varying way's to do this more correctly, but the way that wo
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