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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript (2015) Practice Project Project Overview

Josh Foster
Josh Foster
8,896 Points

I don't see a need to create a prototype question in this first project - only an object literal question.

It seems like the questions being created for the quiz all contain the same types of data and use the same functions, so there's no need to use prototypes. I'm attempting the challenge by using only an object literal Question constructor. I don't want to go too far if I'm wrong, however, and waste a lot of time. Any ideas?