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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript: Challenge Making the Game Interactive playToken() Method Solution

Wendy Cortes
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Wendy Cortes
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.drop on activeToken, where did it get that from?

Hello! I have a question for the last line of code in the playToken() method. Where did it get .drop from activeToken? I am having trouble locating it through the class Objects. I can understand where .dropped may have come from but doesn't it have to have the same spelling?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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Adding the .drop() method to the Token class was given as a coding assignment in the Build the drop() Method lesson, and a solution was later shown in the drop() Method Solution video.