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Alex Stephens13,342 Points
i think this is right i mean i understand that to replace it i use the index and add quick with slow and brown but when i check it i get Bummer! There was an error with your code: SyntaxError: Parse error any help with it would be great. i all ready done it lol.
var saying = ["The", "quick", "brown", "fox", "jumps", "over", "the", "lazy", "dog"]; saying.splice(2,2 'slow', 'red');//Stuck on
Aaron Graham18,033 Points
I think you want this:
saying.splice(1, 2, 'slow', 'red');
Basically, you want to start replacing items at index 1, and you want to replace two items. Aside from that, I think the parse error is coming from a missing comma between the 2 and 'slow'.