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JavaScript JavaScript Functions Arrow Functions Create an Arrow Function

Elias Serrano
Elias Serrano
3,572 Points

Cannot pass this challenge

greet('cool coders');

const greet = (val='cool coders') =>{
  return `Hi, ${val}!`;

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,017 Points

The instructions contain a hint that explains the issue:

HINT: Arrow functions are not hoisted – or lifted – to the top of their scope. Calling an arrow function before it's defined produces an error.

So instead of adding another call at the end, just move the original call from the top down to the end.