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JavaScript JavaScript Foundations Objects Prototypes


The question says After the 'Car' constructor function, modify the Car's prototype to be the 'carPrototype'. I have

var carPrototype = { 
model: "generic", 
currentGear: 0, 
wheels: 4,
increaseGear: function() 
,decreaseGear: function() 
function Car(model) { this.model = model; }

What am I doing wrong?

2 Answers

Well, your code looks like the initial code in that task. You need to set the Car's prototype to carPrototype.

Car.prototype = carPrototype;

Ooops. Thank you!