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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Object Basics Filling Out the Play Method

Dennis Guan
Dennis Guan
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 9,884 Points

Object.js if statement inside play: function()

not understand the question very well.

const player1 = {
    name: 'Ashley',
    color: 'purple',
    isTurn: true,
    play: function(){
        // write code here.


2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,596 Points

Actually, it looks like you got the concept right! But you have 2 other errors:

  • objects don't refer to themselves by name, that's what the keyword this is for
  • a code block surrounded by braces (empty or not) doesn't need a semicolon after it
Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,596 Points

It's never necessary to compare a Boolean value with "true", you can just test it directly (as you did originally):

      if (this.isTurn) { }

Glad I could help. You can mark a question solved by choosing a "best answer".
And happy coding!