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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Data Using Objects Create an Empty JavaScript Object

Jonathan Söder
Jonathan Söder
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Create an object named paris

I mean, I just woke up but what is it that I'm not getting?? O.o

"Create an object named paris. To start, just create a new, empty object literal and assign it to the variable paris."

var paris {

}

Bummer! There was an error with your code: SyntaxError: Parse error

Thanks

3 Answers

Hey Jonathan ..

Probably its the sleepy mind mate :) . Have a coffee first :D.. Creating a an object literal and assigning to the variable Paris

var paris = {}

Hope that helps

Make sure you use the "var" keyword, instead of "let" or "const", or you will get marked wrong.