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JavaScript Practice Getters and Setters in JavaScript Practicing Getters and Setters Practice Creating and Accessing a Getter method

Thristen Jones
Thristen Jones
2,819 Points

I dont undertstand what im doing wrong

I dont understand what i am doing wrong

Rectangle.js
class Rectangle {
    constructor(width, length){
        this.width = width;
        this.length = length;
    }

  get area() {
   this._area = this.length * this.width
    return this._area
  }

  set areas(areas) {
  const areas = [50, 72, 300]
  this._areas = areas
  }
}

const rect1 = new Rectangle(10, 5);
const rect2 = new Rectangle(6, 12);
const rect3 = new Rectangle(15, 20);

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,744 Points

Task 2 instructs you to "Create an array called areas", but the code above has a new property called areas instead.

Remove that property and create the new array at the bottom of the provided code where you can use the use the 3 rectangle objects to construct it. Be sure to use the object names and methods and don't calculate the values yourself.