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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Multiple Items with Arrays Useful Array Methods

Keith Ford
Keith Ford
4,416 Points

Any idea with this for Loop doesn't seem to be working? When I type "list" into the prompt, nothing happens.

I know using a for Loop is not the suggested way to solve this problem, but I can't figure out why inStock isn't printing.


1 Answer

Seth Kroger
Seth Kroger
56,407 Points

In your if statements you are using a single equals sign (which means assignment) instead of double/triple equal signs (which means test for equality).

  if (search.toUpperCase === "QUIT") {
  } else if (search.toUpperCase === "LIST") { 
   // ...print out the list...