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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript (2015) Constructor Functions and Prototypes Create a Constructor

What I'm doing wrong?

I followed the directions and even added numbers and not an string like I was told but still says error, did I made a small typo?

monster.js
function Monster(name) {
this.name = name
this.monsterName= 100};

1 Answer

Joel Bardsley
Joel Bardsley
31,244 Points

Hi Qasim, you're close - you just need to read the wording for Challenge Task 3 again:

Finally, Monsters have a health property. When they take damage from the player, their health will reduce. All new Monster instances should have 100 health by default. It should be a number not a string.

It's anticipating the Monster property named health, whereas you've called it monsterName in your code. If you make the small correction, it should pass!