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JavaScript Asynchronous Programming with JavaScript Understanding Promises Create a Promise

I cant run the promises-breakfast.js file with node

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5 Answers

Daven Hietala
Daven Hietala
8,040 Points

Were you using the VS Code text editor? I right clicked the breakfast.js file and selected "Open in Terminal". That didn't work.

When I run "node promises-breakfast.js" Inside of the terminal that comes with VS Code, it returns "'node' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file."

How exactly did you go about extracting breakfast.js?

macdaradashdev
macdaradashdev
11,394 Points

Thank you @Julien Delusseau!

Jamie Gobeille
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Jamie Gobeille
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Graduate 19,559 Points

Hello! It is throwing an error because the promises-breakfast.js file is not located in the root directory. The file is located in the js file.

Just write node js/promises-breakfast.js into your command line OR type cd js which will move you from the root directory and into the js file and then type node promises-breakfast.js.

Daven Hietala Hi :] My solution was to extract the breakfast.js file from the the folder and run the code, and it worked!

You need to go into your js folder.

In the workspace, just type: cd js

Now you can run: node promises-breakfast.js

Hope it help.

**UPDATE* I got it fixed by extract this file from the js file how i can run it if it was on the file?

Daven Hietala
Daven Hietala
8,040 Points

What did you do? I am having the same issue! I have been reading through forums and blog post, stack overflow, vs code help menu's and on and on! I can't get it to work! How does guil have his terminal within vs work like that?

Sorry for the rant. More precisely, what did you do to get promises-breakfast.js to run with node?