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how do i use autocomplete with javascript workspaces

I see the instructor using autocomplete to do things like create an if statement -- how do I do it too?

1 Answer

It is set like this by default.

You might wanna make sure on your workspace you are using the JavaScript language (check at the bottom right of your corner) and not something else.

Make sure to create a new workspace and see if you still have that issue.

You might as well, wanna make sure you are writing your code in a file that has .js extension (example: script.js and not script.j or something).

Hope that helps.