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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Data Using Objects The Student Record Search Challenge Solution

Stan Shvaika
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Stan Shvaika
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 9,689 Points

Could someone review my code?

I finished all tasks, but I would be happy if someone can review my code and give me feedback. For example, you can search "Jody" and will see two people. Also, I've added "Try again" button because prompt() blocks text output (check teacher notes). Thanks! Workspace: https://w.trhou.se/0ohq5vhhp5

Just had a quick play. Its very cool. Functional, works and looks good.

Code is well indented and laid out.

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It's nice, but what happens if there are two people with the same name? From what I can see in the code, you are relying on the fact that each student's name is unique, which is what I gather from the (found !== 1) condition.