Issue with .shift() ouput

Hi, I am getting the correct ouputs logged to the console except with a single ’ quote instead of a double " quote. Am I doing something wrong or is this exercise solution set up wrong?

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// Setup
const myArray = [["John", 23], ["dog", 3]];

// Only change code below this line
const removedFromArray = myArray.shift();

console.log(myArray);
console.log(removedFromArray);

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Challenge: Manipulate Arrays With shift()

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The problem is not the type of quotes, but the fact you should check again on how the variables are named :wink:
Spoiler: It’s not RemovedFromArray

Consoles will generally surround strings in single quotes, but that doesn’t change the value at all "some string" is equal to 'some string'. You’ll probably notice that developers usually use single quotes instead of double just because we are lazy and it’s fewer keystrokes.

As @Jagaya pointed out, the reason that the tests are failing is something else.