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Let's walkthrough the solution to the sixth code challenge.
For this challenge, 0:00 we need to use the forEach method to iterate over the colors array and 0:01 store the hex colors that start with the letter F in the array, filteredColors. 0:05 As we've done with each of the other challenges I'll start with copying and 0:11 pasting code into Atom in order to make it easier to read. 0:14 So here's another challenge that requires us to evaluate each value in order to 0:23 determine if it should be added to the filteredColors array. 0:27 To start, I stubbed out my solution by adding a call to the forEach method. 0:32 So colors.forEach. 0:37 I used color for the current value parameter name, 0:41 and a fat arrow and a set curly braces to define a code block. 0:43 Then, I added an if statement. 0:49 Check the second character in the hex color, starts with a letter F. 0:51 So if, parenthesis, curly braces. 0:55 To get the second character for the hex color, I use the CharAt string method. 1:00 So color.charAt. 1:05 The argument that you passed the charAt method 1:08 is the index of the character that you want to retrieve. 1:10 We want the second character, so I'll pass an index of one. 1:14 And then we want the check to see if the character is equal to F. 1:20 Specifically a capital F. 1:24 Alternatively to get the character at an index of one, 1:27 you could just index into the string, like this. 1:31 Let's finish this up. 1:39 If the if statement evaluates to true, 1:40 we want to push the current color onto the filteredColors array. 1:42 And that's the complete solution. 1:51 Great job, just one more challenge to go. 1:53
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