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JavaScript JavaScript Array Iteration Methods Array Manipulation Practice map()

Something's not right. Output of `abbreviatedDays`: "Sat"

Im confused, this is giving the expected string but it says it is wrong? Thanks for the help

Zak,

If you post the code that you wrote that would be helpful so we can help you along in understanding where you went wrong and what should be corrected. Obviously you can search for the correct answer and easily pass the challenge, but do you understand why that works and yours didn't?

If you still need help post your code and we'll get to the bottom of it with you.

Best of luck!

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,020 Points

It looks like you're doing something that is providing a scalar value of "Sat" as the value assigned to abbreviatedDays. Using the "map" function as instructed should produce an output that is an array.

For more specific help, be sure to post your code as previously suggested.