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JavaScript JavaScript Foundations Arrays Getting and Setting

Nazaam Kutisha
Nazaam Kutisha
7,667 Points

Help with Challenge

To me it looks like my syntax is passable. Yet, this line of code isn't passing the challenge. Does anyone have any suggestions?

<h1>JavaScript Foundations</h1>
    <h2>Arrays: Getting and Setting</h2>
    <script>
      var myArray = ["sugar", "rush", "fix", "it", 3.14, 42];
        myArray[2] = "thirdElementInArray";

2 Answers

The only change you have to do in that code is replace the 3 with a 2:

 var thirdElementInArray = myArray[2];
Nazaam Kutisha
Nazaam Kutisha
7,667 Points

Brilliant!! that worked thanks.