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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Data Using Objects The Student Record Search Challenge Solution

Jarett sisk
Jarett sisk
7,522 Points

You really should just simply add a "pop up window" or some side dialog in the video explaining the browser bug.

I sat here for over an hour thinking my code was wrong when i probably had it correct long ago. yes I know there is a teachers note about this, But I did not even click to this answer video until I was literally pulling my hair out trying to figure out what Im doing wrong

Bryan Nilsen
Bryan Nilsen
5,575 Points

The browser bug is really something that should be addressed and dealt with. Frustrating is an understatement. I'm sure a lot of users here have wasted time and energy trying to figure out why our "correct" code isn't working.

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