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Steven Parker221,297 Points
I'm going to guess your issue is with the "fill in the blank" question: How would you use querySelectorAll to obtain a reference to all elements in a document with the class student-info and assign it to the constant studentInfo?
Here's a few hints:
- remember to precede the function name with "document" ("
- the argument goes inside parentheses after the function name
- literal strings should be enclosed in quotes
- in a selector for a class, the class name should be preceded by a period (".")