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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Object Basics Creating Object Literals

I can't find an object literal called Play()

I can't figure this out I've watched the intro again and again and I still don't know how to pass it . Is there someone who can help me?

const player1 = {
name: ' ha',
  color: 'no',
  isTurn: true,
  confused: play(){}


1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,815 Points

The challenge says "Add an empty method to the object literal called play()." But this code is adding something named "confused" instead.

At 2:07 in the Object-Oriented JavaScript video, you'll see an example of a method named bark() added to an object literal. What you need for the challenge is very similar other than yours will have a different name and empty contents (nothing between the braces).