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JavaScript JavaScript Arrays Multidimensional Arrays Review JavaScript Arrays

Molly Zalman
Molly Zalman
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 12,517 Points

Complete the code below using the method that returns the position of the darkred string inside the colors array:

const colors = [ 'tomato', 'crimson', 'darkred', 'firebrick' ];

I'm super stuck and I couldn't tell you why. Thank you for reading and helping in advance! I have to fill in: colors. ('darkred'); // 2

2 Answers

arr.includes() method worked for me

Kyall Caballero
Kyall Caballero
1,553 Points

Both of indexOf() and arr.includes() didn’t work for me.