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I am writing an array and getting bummer message.
var data = [ '5', '9', '6' ]
this is my array but response is "I don't see 3 numbers"
var data = [ '5', '9', '6' ];
To fix this, simply remove the quotes from around your numbers and you will pass
If it is saying 'I don't see 3 numbers', it is likely because your numbers are in string form, and are not recognized as numerical data.
thanks jackson - i removed the ' ' and it worked
Glad I could help ;)