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JavaScript Practice Object Basics in JavaScript Practicing Object Basics Practice Creating an Object Literal

charlie alton
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charlie alton
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 8,348 Points

I cant figure out the last part of the value "Programming with Treehouse is fun."

Does is anyone know how to solve this.

mystring.js
var myString () {
  string = "Programming with Treehouse is fun!";
};

1 Answer

Jassim Alhatem
Jassim Alhatem
20,859 Points

The question asks for an object literal, a list of name-value pairs wrapped in curly braces and separated by commas. What you have is not it. Here is the correct answer:

var myString = {
  string: "Programming with Treehouse is fun!",
}