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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Object Basics Creating Object Literals

I placed it all like it was in the video and did it without the console.log

isTrue: true; isTrue: 'true', isTrue: 'true';

object.js
const player1 = {
  name: 'jay',
  color: 'red',
  isTrue: function()
  console.log('true');
}

1 Answer

Alexandra Hadjidaki
Alexandra Hadjidaki
26,470 Points

The challenge doesn't mention anything about a console.log, so there is no need for it.

Requirements:

  • Three key value pairs for properties name, color, and isTurn
  • The values for name and color should be any string value
  • The value for isTurn should be true (of type boolean, not a string containing the word "true")

Correct answer:

const player1 = {
  name: 'jay', 
  color: 'red',
  isTurn: true
}