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Let's walkthrough the solution to the seventh code challenge.
For the last challenge, we need to use the forEach method to capitalize all 0:00 the strings in the months array and store them in the array named capitalizedMonths. 0:04 To start, I'll copy and paste the code into Atom to make it easier to read. 0:10 I started my solution to this challenge like all of the others, 0:19 by stubbing out the call to the for each method. 0:22 So months.forEach. 0:25 I used month, the current value parameter name, 0:29 followed by a fat arrow and a set of curly braces. 0:33 To get the capitalized month, I called the string to uppercase method, 0:37 to convert the month text into uppercase letters. 0:41 So, first our variable const, 0:45 capitalizedMonth=month.toUppercase. 0:47 Then I pushed the capitalize month onto the capitalizedMonths array, 0:58 capitalizedMonths.push(capitalizedMonth). 1:03 And that's the solution. 1:08 And just like we did before, we could also eliminate this code block. 1:10 To do that, we would cut this code and 1:17 place it inside of the call to the push method. 1:20 That allows us to eliminate this intermediate variable and 1:24 the curly braces. 1:28 And that's it! 1:31 Nice job sticking with it and completing all of the code challenges in this course. 1:33 Thanks for practicing array iteration methods with me. 1:38 Be sure to rate the challenges or videos in this course, and 1:41 let us know your feedback. 1:44 We'll see you next time. 1:46
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