Learn Basic Algorithmic Thinking by Building a Number Sorter - Step 7

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The console is telling me that my map callback function needs an implicit return. I’ve tried many different combos of returns and can’t find a single one that it likes.

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const sortInputArray = (event) => {
  event.preventDefault();

  const inputValues = [...document.getElementsByClassName("values-dropdown")].map((dropdown) => 
    `Number(${dropdown.value})`
  );
}

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Learn Basic Algorithmic Thinking by Building a Number Sorter - Step 7

Hey @Ryne-Carter,

You are very close to the solution, but the challenge states:

When you put Number(${dropdown.value}) inside of the template literal string, it is now just a string that says something like Number(32).

Instead of returning a string, you need to return a number so if you strip the strings from the return statement, you’ll be right as rain!

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I reset the code, typed it in again the way I originally thought and got it to work. Must’ve been a typo or something but I got it

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