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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Data Using Objects Accessing Object Properties

person.age is printing out to 1

var person = {
  name : 'Pisspants Bill',
  country : 'US',
  age : 35,
  treehouseStudent : true,
  skills : ['JavaScript', 'HTML', 'CSS']

function print(message) {
  var div = document.getElementById('output');
  div.innerHTML = message;

var message = '<p>my name is ' + person.name + '</p>';
message += '<p>Murder ' + person.country + '</p>';
person.name = 'Farty Pants Jackson';
message += '<p>My wife\'s name is ' + person.name + '</p>';
person.age =+ 1;
message += '<p>My age is now ' + person.age + '</p>';

It should be 35

2 Answers

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,546 Points

Hey Tage,

It's just a simple typo. You have =+ and it should be +=

Keep Coding! :)

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