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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Multiple Items with Arrays Removing Items from an Array

Not sure how to do this to remove first item from first var and add to second var

var orderQueue = ['1XT567437','1U7857317','1I9222528']; orderQueue.shift(); var shipping = orderQueue[0];

var orderQueue = ['1XT567437','1U7857317','1I9222528'];
var shipping = orderQueue[0];
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2 Answers

Carlos Martinez
Carlos Martinez
10,660 Points

You can assign the "orderQueue.shift()" directly to the shipping variable.

I thought it just wanted shipping to be the first token in array of orderQueue, these are teh directions :

Techdegree Tracks Library Community Support Workspaces Gena Israel1,995 JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Gena Israel Challenge Task 1 of 2

The orderQueue array contains a list of customer orders. Create a new variable named shipping -- remove the first item from the array and place it in the shipping variable.