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JavaScript Node.js Basics (2014) Introduction to Node.js The Console

My code isn't passing, I used the dir method as instructed.

Should i have kept the log statement above as well?

app.js
var name = "Andrew";
var details = { favouriteLanguage: "JavaScript", age: 31, children: 2.4 } 
var errorMessage = "Something bad has occurred";
console.dir(details);

1 Answer

Seth Kroger
Seth Kroger
56,406 Points

In code challenges you almost always have to add code to the previous solution, not replace it. If you leave in the previous step's console.log(name); and put console.dir(details); after it it will pass.