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Let's walkthrough the solution to the third code challenge.
In this challenge we need to use the forEach method 0:00 to turn the number strings in the stringPrices array into floats. 0:03 And then we need to add them all together, 0:08 storing the total in the variable named total. 0:10 I'll start with copy and pasting the code for 0:13 this challenge into Atom in order to make the code easier to read. 0:15 Again, I started by adding the call to the forEach method. 0:23 And then the anonymous callback function using arrow function syntax. 0:26 So, stringPrices.forEach. 0:30 And I use stringPrice for the current value parameter name, followed by a fat 0:35 arrow For the function body, I added a set of curly braces to define a code block. 0:41 Each price is a string, so we need to convert it to a number before we can 0:47 successfully add it to the priceTotal variable. 0:52 To do that, I use the parseFloat function. 0:55 First, let's define a variable. 0:57 So const price equals parseFloat(stringPrice). 0:59 Then I use the addition assignment operator to add 1:09 the current price to the priceTotal variable. 1:13 priceTotal += price;. 1:16 And that's my solution. 1:21 Like we did with the previous example, 1:22 you could eliminate the intermediate variable price. 1:24 Cut this code, delete that line, and 1:31 replace price here of the call to parseFloat. 1:35 And we could also eliminate the curly braces. 1:39 Nice job. 1:44 Coming up, the next challenge of the course. 1:46 And we'll see you after that. 1:48
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