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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript (2015) Introduction to Methods Returning Values

Why isn't the workspace working?

When I open the workspace and preview it in the browser, nothing prints to the console.

2 Answers

Jason Desiderio
Jason Desiderio
21,811 Points

Are you talking about the "true" statement that is supposed to print out from the statement below?

console.log(dice.roll === dice10.roll);

Did you make any changes to the code? If so, can you paste it here?

Sean T. Unwin
Sean T. Unwin
28,685 Points

Have you resolved this?

I have created a Workspace that changes when the roll() and console.log() functions are called. The Snapshot can found here. Feel free to fork it.

My hope with this is for others to better understand and see how Prototypal Inheritance works with the ' roll() ' function. Originally, this was created in response to another question.