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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Data Using Objects Review Object Basics

Jason Daniels
Jason Daniels
Courses Plus Student 4,043 Points

Question / Answer Change Suggestion

One of the questions asks,

Say you have the following object: var animal = { name : "Zebra", lifeSpan: 25, weight: 770 };

Which of the following code examples would change the weight property?

The "correct" answers are:

animal.weight = 770


animal["weight"] = 770

...these do not actually "change" the weight property (which is already set to 770 in the example object). I would suggest either the question be changed OR the answers be changed...

1 Answer

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Jason Daniels
Jason Daniels
Courses Plus Student 4,043 Points

Thanks, mkmk, I have submitted my comment as recommended.