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JavaScript JavaScript Arrays Store Multiple Values in an Array Access Array Elements by Index

this looks perfectly correct to me. what am i overlooking?

const players = ['Toni', 'Anwar', 'Mali', 'Carlos', 'Cormac', 'Sariah'];
console.log( players[0] );
console.log( players[1] );
console.log( players[2] );
console.log( players[3] );
console.log( players[4] );
console.log( players[5] );
Jason Miller
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So I just did the challenge. Part one asks you to log out the first item and part two asks you to log out the last item; you're logging out everything.

I got a problem in the same challenge.

instructions: On the next line, use console.log() to log the last element inside the players array.

my code: const players = ['Toni', 'Anwar', 'Mali', 'Carlos', 'Cormac', 'Sariah']; console.log(players[5])

the error message: Bummer: Use [ ] and a number to access an item in an array. For example, players[1].