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JavaScript AngularJS Basics (1.x) Getting Started with Angular Review: Getting Started with Angular

Why is it that I pass task 1, but now in task 2, task 1 is broken?

I am still learning so I don't see what I've done wrong?

app.js
angular.module('foobar',[]);
angular.module('foobar').directive.('customDirective', function() {});

2 Answers

Jennifer Nordell
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Jennifer Nordell
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Hi there! You're doing great, but you've stumbled upon the most common reason for receiving a Task <number> is no longer passing. You have a syntax error in your code which is preventing it from being interpreted at all. In your second line you have an extra period/full stop between directive and the open parenthesis that starts the parameters list. If I delete that, your code passes!

Hope this helps! :sparkles:

Wow thank you for your quick response!

So does the logic also follow that I should delete the extra period during actual code?

Jennifer Nordell
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Jennifer Nordell
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Yes, as it very really creates a syntax error in the browser which stops interpretation of the JavaScript altogether :smiley:

Thanks!