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JavaScript JavaScript Foundations Objects Call and Apply

Adrian Yeow
Adrian Yeow
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I have trouble with this exercise. i wasnt very sure how to modify line 29

<!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <title> JavaScript Foundations: Objects</title> <style> html { background: #FAFAFA; font-family: sans-serif; } </style> </head> <body> <h1>JavaScript Foundations</h1> <h2>Objects: Call and Apply</h2> <script> var genericGreet = function(name, mood) { name = name || "you"; mood = mood || "good"; return "Hello " + name + ", my name is " + this.name + " and I am in a " + mood + " mood!"; }

  var andrew = {
    name: "Andrew"
  }

  var args1 = ["Michael", "awesome", ":)"];

  var greeting = genericGreet;
  andrew.greeting.apply(andrew, args1)
</script>

</body> </html>

above is the codes i tried.

2 Answers

Hi Andrian, you have written

  var greeting = genericGreet;
  andrew.greeting.apply(andrew, args1)

but it wants you to set the greeting using the genericGreet function. As you can see that function takes two arguments...so it follows up by telling you to do that using "andrew" and "args1" so, what it wants is you to do this.

  var greeting = genericGreet.apply(andrew, args1);