Basic JavaScript - Shopping List

Tell us what’s happening:

Your code so far

const myList = 
["Chocolate Bar", ["QTY",1],
"Milk Cartons", ["QTY",1],
"eggs", ["QTY", 30],
"Peanut butter", ["QTY", 2],
"Chicken mix", ["QTY", 3 ]];

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Challenge: Basic JavaScript - Shopping List

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The first element in each sub-array should contain a string with the name of the item. The second element should be a number representing the quantity i.e.

Let’s check your first sub-array and see if it meets the requirements.

The first sub-array is:

["Chocolate Bar", ["QTY",1]

Is the first element of the sub-array a string containing a name?

Yes, "Chocolate Bar" is a string.

Is the second element a number representing the quantity?

No, it is an array (["QTY",1]) with the first element a string (QTY) and the second element a number.

Now that you know what the second sub-array is compared to what it is supposed to be, see if you can solve the challenge now.

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