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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Multiple Items with Arrays Using Array Indices

Your quiz is broke!! Now, use console.log() to log out the last item in the array. console.log(players[5]); is right

The quiz says the correct answer is wrong. I've tried "console.log(players[5]);" as well as "console.log(players.pop());" Which should both return the last entry in the array.

script.js
var players = ['Jim', 'Shawna', 'Andrew', 'Lora', 'Aimee', 'Nick'];
console.log(players[5]);
index.html
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
  <meta charset="utf-8">
  <title>JavaScript Loops</title>
</head>
<body>
<script src="script.js"></script>
</body>
</html>

3 Answers

Dave Harker
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Dave Harker
Pro Student 15,510 Points

Hi Rocco Capra,

Worked fine for me.

var players = ['Jim', 'Shawna', 'Andrew', 'Lora', 'Aimee', 'Nick'];
console.log(players[0]);
console.log(players[5]);

Perhaps you missed the grey text immediately under the challenge??

Important: In each task of this code challenge, the code you write should be added to the code from the previous task.

Best of luck, and happy coding,
Dave :dizzy:

Mike Tallerico
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Mike Tallerico
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Graduate 22,892 Points

Hey Rocca,

I was able to get this to work. I think it does not want you to delete the previous console.log statement.

var players = ['Jim', 'Shawna', 'Andrew', 'Lora', 'Aimee', 'Nick'];
console.log(players[0]);
console.log(players[5]);

That was it!! Thanks!! I was simply changing the 0 to 5. D'OH!

Thanks!!!