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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Multiple Items with Arrays Build a Quiz Challenge, Part 1 Solution

Sandra AlSaig
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Sandra AlSaig
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 11,501 Points

Not able to print the the message on the page.. not sure why. 🤓

I have written the code almost identically .. the difference is that the questions are answered with strings instead of numbers and I added a (.toLowerCase()) to the response variable..

It is not printing the string up on the screen and says ;

Uncaught ReferenceError: correnctAnswers is not defined at quiz.js:28

I have tried it with template literal but that also didn't work. :(

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong.. Thanks in advance!! 🙏🏼

My code : https://teamtreehouse.com/workspaces/41578023#

1 Answer

Liam Clarke
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Liam Clarke
Treehouse Moderator 19,873 Points

Hello

I cant know for sure without seeing your code but this error is when a non-existent variable is referenced somewhere.

In your case, that variable is correnctAnswers

What is the cause?

Well it could be multiple things, here is a list to check:

  1. Typo: Did you mean correctAnswers not correnctAnswers
  2. Check that correnctAnswers is declared above line 28, quiz.js
  3. Check that correnctAnswers is in the same scope as the reference.

some more info on MDN

Good Luck!