Bugged test: Basic JavaScript - Record Collection

One of the tests is allowing the following condition to pass when it shouldn’t:

if(prop == ‘tracks’ && records[id].hasOwnProperty(‘tracks’) == false){
records[id].tracks = [value];

It’s supposed to pass when it has the element and not when it’s empty.

Challenge: {{challengeTitle}} Basic JavaScript - Record Collection

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ah I get it. I wasn’t using the else keywords

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