Bug - ES6: Use Arrow Functions to Write Concise Anonymous Functions

Doesn’t follow style parameters of previous lessons on constants.

If you change:
const magic = () => new Date();
const MAGIC = () => new Date();

The submission doesn’t allow this…

Thank you for pointing this out: it isn’t live yet, but there has been a comment added to the previous lesson’s information. It explains that identifier names are sometimes capitalised (normally for values that never ever change anywhere in the program, eg π would be const PI = 3.14......). In most cases identifiers are not capitalised, as in this case. The test checks the text of what you’ve written, and if you change what’s already there it will get confused; it’s not a bug, it just won’t let you arbitrarily capitalise things.