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JavaScript JavaScript Objects Object Basics Create an Object

Angelica Islas
Angelica Islas
4,082 Points

How do I solve this one?

script.js
const animal={
  age: 3
  breed: pug
  isAnimal: true
}; 

3 Answers

Jamie Moore
Jamie Moore
3,950 Points

Hey Angelica,

You're super close to solving this, but you just need to make sure that each key/value pair is separated by a comma, like so:

const animal = {
  age: 3,
  breed: 'pug',
  isAnimal: true
};

(you also missed the quote marks for the string pug, but that's an easy mistake to make!)

Hope this helps.

Angelica Islas
Angelica Islas
4,082 Points

Hi, Jaime. I made the changes you recommended yet I got a message about the previous challenge with addy and object literal. Any thoughts on that?

Jamie Moore
Jamie Moore
3,950 Points

Hey Angelica,

The first challenge asks you to make an empty object, this is done with the curly brace notation { }.

const addy = {};

The second part asks you to add a few different key/value pairs, like so:

const addy = {
  animal: 'dog',
  age: 3,
  breed: 'pug'
}