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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Object Basics Creating Object Literals

Add an empty method to the object literal called play().

Hmm not sure what to do here. I tired play : function(){}; was a no go.

const player1 = {
  name : "Niki",
  color : "Red",
  isTurn : true

2 Answers

Grace Kelly
Grace Kelly
33,990 Points

Hi Franklyn, i don't think you need to end the method with a semi-colon so i would remove it, also i would make sure the line before it has a comma at the end :)


Shlomi Bittan
Shlomi Bittan
6,718 Points

Hi Franklyn, Grace is rigth, adding the semicolon at the end of the function will result in a syntax error. Just remove like so:

const player1 = { name : "Niki", color : "Red", isTurn : true, play: function(){} }