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

Lukasz Milde
Lukasz Milde
7,201 Points

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]}');

1 Answer

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

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