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JavaScript

addListItemsButtons(lis[i])}

So addListItemsButtons(lis[i]) enters the function with the argument lis that refers to the const variable created to select the li element.

Then inside the other function is called with the li element as argument because this other li variable only exists inside that function right?

1 Answer

Dehn Hunsworth
Dehn Hunsworth
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