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JavaScript JavaScript Objects Loop Through Objects Loop Through an Object's Properties

Looks like the code is ok, but still not ok enough to pass challenge

What's wrong wtih the code ?

const composer = {
  name: 'Edward Ellington',
  nickname: 'Duke',
  genres: ['jazz', 'swing'],
  instrument: 'piano'

for ( let key in composer){
  console.log('${key}: ${composer[key]}');

2 Answers

Hello Lukasz,
I see here!
You need to use backtick

 console.log('${key}: ${composer[key]}'); // you need to use  --> ` `   <--


Paula Hill
Paula Hill
237 Points

I know you have to account for the second value in the genres field but unsure how, any help here?