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JavaScript Practice Getters and Setters in JavaScript Practicing Getters and Setters Practice Creating and Accessing a Getter method

what is wrong with my code. (Getter)

Here is the problem:

Create an array called areas with three elements so that the first element (areas[0]) holds the value of the area property of rect1, the second element holds the value of the area property of rect2, and the third element holds the value of the area property of rect3

Rectangle.js
class Rectangle {
    constructor(width, length){
        this.width = width;
        this.length = length;
    }
  get area() {
    return this.width * this.length;
}
}

const rect1 = new Rectangle(10, 5);
const rect2 = new Rectangle(6, 12);
const rect3 = new Rectangle(15, 20);

const area = [rect1.area, rect2.area, rect3.area];

1 Answer

The task asks that you create an array called areas. You created one called area.

Thank you: :)