Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 153

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adding return value of inventory.pop() to the " your " string

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  text.innerText += " Your " + brokenWeapon + " breaks."; 
}

}
}

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Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 153

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if (Math.random() <= .1) {
if (inventory.length > 0) {
let brokenWeapon = inventory.pop();
text.innerText += " Your " + brokenWeapon + " breaks.";

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Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 153

Hi @1douglas

The instructions did not ask you to create a new variable.
Remove the newly created variable.
Then replace brokenWeapon with the expression for the last item in the inventory array.

Happy coding

Hi there, almsost done!
In this step you need the last item in the inventory array, so use inventory.pop() to remove the last item in the array and return it.
Hence no need for brokenWeapon here

The code is not still working i don’t Understant why?kindly assist

if (inventory.length > 0) {
const brokenWeapon = inventory.pop();
text.innerText += " Your " + brokenWeapon + " breaks. ";
}

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Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 153

Hi @1douglas

The .pop() method does two things:

  1. accesses the last item in an array
  2. removes that item from an array

You can use that code directly in the .innerText property of text

So no need to declare the brokenWeapon variable.

Happy coding