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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Multiple Items with Arrays Build a Quiz Challenge, Part 1

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected end of input quiz.js: 22

I seem to be getting an error message in the console can someone please advise as I think my code is correct.



Steven Parker
Steven Parker
220,450 Points

You can't share a direct URL to your workspace, it's temporary and only exists while you are using it.
But you can use the snapshot function in the workspace and provide the link to that.

2 Answers

Hi Steven,

function print(message) {

let correct;
let questions = [
  ['what is my wife name?', 'Mary'],
  ['what is my mums name?', 'Jane'],
  ['what is my dads name?', 'John'],
  ['what is my brothers name?', 'Chris']

  for (let i=0; i< questions.length; i+=1) {
    let userAnswer = prompt (questions [i][0])
    if(userAnswer === questions [i][1]) {
    correct ++;

   print (`You answered ${correct} out of ${questions.length} right.`);
Rich Donnellan
Rich Donnellan
25,780 Points

Question updated with code formatting. Check out the Markdown Cheatsheet below the Add an Answer submission for syntax examples, or choose Edit Question from the three dots next to Add Comment to see how I improved the readability.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
220,450 Points

The snapshot is a much better way to make your issue easy to replicate. If you must post code, use use Markdown formatting to preserve the appearance,

But it looks like you forgot to give "correct" an initial value (0), and the "for" loop seems to be missing a closing brace.