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Angelica Islas4,082 Points
Why is this wrong?
const data = ['100', '80', '60' ];
A related question: How do you decide whether you will use var, let or const when naming an array?
About your question about var, let and const when naming an array:
1) If you do not have to reassign the array -> use const! (and in most cases you do not have to reassign, you just use methods to change the content of the array)
2) If for some reason you have to reassign an array then you would use let! (i am absolutely sure there are cases when you may want to do so, but i actually could not come up with an example)
So, in most cases you will use const for arrays.
About your original question:
You stored strings inside of your arrays, not numbers (as asked in the task)... ;-)
Take away the
' at the beginning and end of each number and you will pass.
Blessings from Berlin and happy java-scripting, Nils
PS: If my answer helped you or solved your issues, please upvote my answer and/or mark it as "Best answer" (so people browsing the community forum know your issue is solved)