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JavaScript JavaScript Arrays Store Multiple Values in an Array Remove Elements From an Array

Angelica Islas
Angelica Islas
4,082 Points

How do I add the shipping variable?

const orderQueue = ['1XT567437','1U7857317','1I9222528'];

orderQueue.shift();

script.js
const orderQueue = ['1XT567437','1U7857317','1I9222528'];

 orderQueue.shift(); 

2 Answers

You are using correct logic so far. Your "Shift" method will return the first value of the array and you can store this value in a variable called 'shipping'.

Solution: const orderQueue = ['1XT567437','1U7857317','1I9222528']; let shipping = orderQueue.shift(); // This will return "1XT567437".

Nikos Papapetrou
Nikos Papapetrou
5,591 Points

You have to create a new variable with which keyword you want (let, var, const) and to assign the orderQueue.shift();

let shipping = orderQueue.shift();