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JavaScript Getting Started With ES2015 Create Functions Using Arrow Syntax Review JavaScript Arrow Functions

Confused on the correct answer of this question.

const add = (num1, num2) = > { return num1 + num2; };

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,371 Points

It looks like you intended to use the "arrow" operator as your answer, but you appear to have a space between the two symbols that make up that operator.

For the operator to be recognized, the symbols must not be separated ("=>").

i am so confused on this question because i have no idea what to do, can someone please help me.?

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,371 Points

Eric's answer is correct other than the space between the symbols.