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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript (2015) Constructor Functions and Prototypes Create a Constructor

Adding a property to a constructor

In Challenge 3/3The questions ask me to add a new property in the constructor and I am doing the following

function Monster(name, health){
  this.name = name,
  this.health = 100,
}

but It is not passing. What am I doing wrong?

monster.js
function Monster(name, health){
  this.name = name,
  this.health = 100,
}

2 Answers

function Monster(name, health){
  this.name = name,
  this.health = 100,   //;
}

ur answer is same as mine. what's changed?

I just copied your code, you need a semicolon