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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Data Using Objects The Build an Object Challenge, Part 2 Solution

Dante Ortiz
Dante Ortiz
3,844 Points

Why does it keep printing 'undefined' instead of the names? I looked through the code multiple times.

1 Answer

studenTS doesn't have a track property


lIst += '<h2> Student: ' + studenTS.track + '</h2>';  

should be

 lIst += '<h2> Student: ' + entry.track + '</h2>';  
Dante Ortiz
Dante Ortiz
3,844 Points


Thank you! I knew that it was going to be an obvious mistake.