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JavaScript

Set the 'greeting' variable, on line 29, by using the 'genericGreet' function in the context of 'andrew' with the array of arguments, 'args1'.

Can anyone spot and explain where I am going wrong?

Thanks in advance.

greeting = function(name, mood) {
name = name || "you";
mood = mood || "good";
return "Hello " + mood[0] + ", my name is " + this.name + " and I am in a " + mood[1] + " mood!";
}

var andrew = {
name: "Andrew"
}

var args1 = ["Michael", "awesome", ":)"];

var greeting = genericGreet.apply(andrew, arg1);
console.log(greeting);

3 Answers

I answered my own question. The correct answer was:

var genericGreet = function(name, mood) {
        name = name || "you";
        mood = mood || "good";
        return "Hello " + name + ", my name is " + this.name +
          " and I am in a " + mood + " mood!";
      }

      var andrew = {
        name: "Andrew"
      }

      var args1 = ["Michael", "awesome", ":)"];

      var greeting = genericGreet.apply(andrew, args1);

Callum thanks! This helped me out. I was at this for a while. :)