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JavaScript JavaScript Functions Arrow Functions Create an Arrow Function

Jacob Eliasson
Jacob Eliasson
3,730 Points

I don't understand how to solve this. The Hints are not helpful enough. How can I solve this?

greet('cool coders');

const myFunc = greet(val) => {
  `Hi ${val}`

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,096 Points

Here's a few more specific hints:

  • check your arrow function syntax, the function expression itself is anonymous
  • you're converting a function named "greet", so that should remain the name of the function
  • only call the function one time, and after it is defined (because of no hoisting)