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Tim Brooks2,339 Points
How do I combine two arrays when the quiz program insists that using two spread operators is wrong?
Here's the quiz question:
const itemsA = [ 'Lightsaber', 'Mockingjay pin', 'Box of chocolates' ]; const itemsB = [ 'Ghost trap', 'The One Ring', 'DeLorean' ] const allItems = [ , ];
My answer: const allItems = [ ...ItemsA , ...itemsB ];
But this is wrong.
Steven Parker210,867 Points
You had the right idea, but a spelling error.
Instead of "ItemsA " (with a capital I), it should be "itemsA" (camel case).