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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Object Basics Creating Object Literals

how to do an object literal

I need help because I've made 3 values, well I feel like it. Can anyone give a hand?

object.js
const player1 = {
name: 'josh',
color: 'blue'
isTurn: 'true'
}
Sheila Anguiano
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Sheila Anguiano
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HI Alonzo,

The only thing you're missing is a comma on the second property/value pair:

const player1 = {
name: 'josh',
color: 'blue',
isTurn: 'true'
}

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Hey thank you so much. Happy Code!

Sheila Anguiano
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Sheila Anguiano
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Happy that you found the problem with the third one, those pesky errors happen a lot, so don't get discourage and keep at it :) Happy coding to you too