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JavaScript Treehouse Club - MASH MASH - JavaScript Fill in Answers and Get Answers Functions

Local variable ?

Why is this line of code home.innerText = answers['mash']; working ?

The mash variable seems to be local in the first function. Thus, how can it be called ?

1 Answer

Armand van Alphen
Armand van Alphen
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in this line -- > home.innerText = answers['mash'];

The variable answers is converted to an object with the property mash. it works a bit like arrays but instead of numbers you can now use the name mash to access the information

To access the information you type answers.mash