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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Working with Classes in JavaScript Creating a new class

Declare an empty class called Student

Not sure where I'm going wrong with this.

Can anyone help me out with this challenge?

creating_class.js
let newClass = student {};

class student {

}

3 Answers

Have you tried using

class student {

}

without your first line?

I've tried that and I still get an error saying "Bummer: It looks like the Student class is missing the level() getter method."

Also, I've tried

class student () {

}

and I come up with an error: "Bummer: Unexpected token ("

Try capitalizing Student in

class Student {

}

Thanks jb30, much appreciated! I can't believe how easy that was.