What is the good answer?
I think that this is a way to access to array objects
Your code so far
let myArray = ["a", "b", "c", "d"];
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Challenge: Access an Array’s Contents Using Bracket Notation
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Hi @Herculeskan !
You need to pay close attention to the directions.
In order to complete this challenge, set the 2nd position (index
1 ) of
myArray to anything you want, besides the letter
You have to assign another value to
Just like they did in the example.
ourArray = "not b anymore";
thank u, it worked, you are the best programmer in the world
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