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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Object Basics Reviewing Object Basics

Answer is wrong?

I used the following code to solve it, and also tried it in the console before submitting. In the console it worked, but here it gives me "wrong anser" as feedback.


1 Answer

Robert Manolis
Robert Manolis
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hey Johan Berglund , the quiz was likely looking for you to use dot notation specifically. Typically, when working with an object like this, you wouldn't use bracket notation when dot notation will do. :thumbsup: