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JavaScript

Kennedy Malonga
Kennedy Malonga
15,504 Points

Accessing object properties two

// Write a function that takes an object with two properties as argument // It should return the value of the property with key country

myfunction({ continent: 'Asia', country: 'Japan'})Expected 'Japan' myFunction({ country: 'Sweden', continent: 'Europe'}) Expected 'Sweden'

1 Answer

Rohald van Merode
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Rohald van Merode
Treehouse Staff

Hi Kennedy Malonga,

You have currently posted your question in the general JavaScript forums so I'm not entirely sure what challenge you're refferencing to. Reading the challenge the function you'll have to create should look something like this:

function myFunction(obj) {
  return obj.country
}

When an object as the two examples above will be passed to this it will return the value of the country property of the passed in object 🙂

Hope this helps!