Help please....jukujhjhi

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Hi

Why have I got var myArray = [1]? And when I print it with console.log it returns 1 as well which I thought would have returned the second value 60?

Your code so far


// Setup
var myArray = [50,60,70];

// Only change code below this line
var myArray =[1]
var myData = myArray[0]
console.log(myArray)

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Challenge: Access Array Data with Indexes

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You seem to have accidentally put gibberish in your post title.

Right here you set your array to be [1], so this is why it is set to [1]. I’m not sure what you would like that line to do, but I think it should be removed.