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JavaScript

Kain Prod
Kain Prod
4,749 Points

Last question of Methods Part 1 code challenge not passing

Here's another code challenge that is not passing. On the last question.

http://teamtreehouse.com/library/websites/javascript-foundations/arrays/methods-part-1-elements

My code:

 var spareWords = ["The","chimney","sweep's","dog"];
 var saying = ["quick", "brown", "fox", "jumps", "over", "the", "lazy"];
 var firstWord = spareWords.shift();
 var lastWord = spareWords.pop();
 saying.unshift(firstWord);
 saying.push(lastWord);

2 Answers

Charles Gray
Charles Gray
19,470 Points

saying.push(lastWord);

Could you post the question?

Kain Prod
Kain Prod
4,749 Points

Question: On about line 21, add the 'lastWord' variable to the end of the array 'saying'.