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JavaScript JavaScript Objects Object Basics Access and Set Object Properties

Isaiah Gadson
Isaiah Gadson
5,719 Points

challenge task 2 of 2 next, add a new property named isFriendly and set its value to true. be sure not to change the o

i type person.isFriendly = true; and it's not working what am i doing wrong?

script.js
const addy = {
  animal: 'dog', 
  age: 3,
  breed: 'pug'
};
addy['age'] = 4
person.isFriendly = true;

2 Answers

Hi Isaiah!

This passes both tasks:

const addy = {
  animal: 'dog', 
  age: 3,
  breed: 'pug'
};

addy.age = 4
addy.isFriendly = true;

I hope that helps.

Stay safe and happy coding!

Isaiah Gadson
Isaiah Gadson
5,719 Points

it works! thanks for the help.