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So basically this happens all the time. I write the proper code and it refuses to accept it. I then copy and paste the code from the video to see what I did wrong and guess what? Nothing is wrong with my code. So what gives? I even left the copied code to show that my code is not different in any way. I am actually getting extremely frustrated with this because it happens all the time on here.
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var myArray = [["John", 23], ["dog", 3]];
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Yes, sometimes it can be quite frustrating to see stuff break.
To add to your question: If there is a platform and literally million of people can pass a test, but I can’t on my machine, then I would first try to check if my machine is the problem, especially if “this happens all the time”. E.g. trying a different web browser, clearing the cache etc.
The code is showing twice for example. My code being the first, and the second being from the video to show that my is identical and should not fail. I know better than to run the code like that for testing. I have cleared my cache, tried several other browsers and the usual recommendations to which all failed.
I think you are misunderstanding what the copy and paste of code was used for. I used the copied and pasted code as example to show my code was identical to the tutorial video code. I did this as my last resort to verify my code was correct, yet still not passing.