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On the previous challenge it said it was wrong but I did it in my own text editor and when i checked it, the console showed all the items in the array with commas. Here is my code.
var months = ['January','February','March','April','May','June','July','August','September','October','November','December']; var allMonths = months.join(" , "); console.log(allMonths);
The issue is you have a space before the comma and one after, meaning that you get double spaces. It will LOOK similar but isn't the same, you need:
var allMonths = months.join(", "); console.log(allMonths)