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Array join() method challenge
I test the code in my browser and it seems to work fine except for the challenge. I keep getting an error add comma AND space between the join () method. Someone please look at my code and tell what i am doing wrong with the challenge. I have all the months list in order.
var months = ['January','February','March','April','May','June','July','August','September','October','November','December']; var ListMonths = months.join(','); console.log(ListMonths);
Hugo Paz15,620 Points
Like the error message is telling you, you need to add a comma and a space in between all array elements.
So instead of this:
var ListMonths = months.join(',');
you need to have this:
var ListMonths = months.join(', ');
Thanks very much. I understand it now