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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Data Using Objects Accessing Object Properties

Why isn't my code working?

I can't find what's wrong... (Ignore the comments, just for my own remembering)


2 Answers

Felipe Giovanni de Moura Santos
Felipe Giovanni de Moura Santos
23,702 Points

What's up Nathalie...

You forgot to use single quotes inside the join function.

person.skills.join(',  ')

A tip: Start using Chrome Dev Tools. By opening the browser with your code, it will return a SyntaxError and show you where it is.

Thanks, I used it right after and found it, haha! So stupid not to use it in the first place..