Learn Advanced Array Methods by Building a Statistics Calculator - Step 2

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I don’t speak English and that is why many times recently I have had trouble understanding the challenges, the truth is I don’t understand this challenge.

Challenge:

To begin, the calculate function needs to find the number that was entered in the #numbers input field. To do this, use a .querySelector to locate the input field and then use the .value property to get the number entered.

Store this in a value variable.

Your code so far

/* file: script.js */

// User Editable Region

const calculate = () => {
   const numbers = document.querySelector('#numbers')
   const value = document.querySelector('.value')
   
}

// User Editable Region

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Challenge Information:

Learn Advanced Array Methods by Building a Statistics Calculator - Step 2

the value property is not an other element, the value property is a property of the element #numbers, to get the value of an element you need to write element.value, in this case element is numbers