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JOE BELL11,113 Points
Not a question. Treehouse, you need to fix the error in the video. from 3:20. .
Not a question. Treehouse, you need to fix the error in the video. from 3:20.
I think that the issue JOE BELL refers to is this piece of code:
which is described in 3:25 as an anonymous function. Later on, the teacher deletes
function and runs the code, which of course works.
So, it seems to me that JOE BELL wanted to point out this particular moment, where an incorrect way of writing a function (
function ()=>) is described also incorrectly as an anonymous function, and finally the actual function written is and executed is an arrow function.
Steven Parker229,005 Points
The recommended procedure for reporting a course but to the staff can be found at the top of the Support page If they agree and you are the first to report it, it will get you a "special Exterminator badge".
And you might want to be a bit more specific about exactly what the error you found in the video was.