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Nat Se2,387 Points
Why this is wrong?
var players = ['Jim', 'Shawna', 'Andrew', 'Lora', 'Aimee', 'Nick']; console.log(players); var last = int(players.length - 1 ) console.log(players[last]);
var players = ['Jim', 'Shawna', 'Andrew', 'Lora', 'Aimee', 'Nick'];
Erik Nuber20,629 Points
You are close. You don't need the "int" which isn't actually for anything.
players.length - 1 //this will give you an integer
if you wanted to add in what you were trying to do, you would use parseInt which would take a string and parse it into an integer if possible. In this case players.length is already an integer.