Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 88

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Step 88 this is what it asks for:

Use bracket notation to access an object within the weapons array and assign it to your newWeapon variable. Place the variable currentWeapon within the brackets.

When you use a variable in bracket notation, you are accessing the property or index by the value of that variable.

For example, this code uses the index variable to access a value of array.

let value = array[index];

Your code so far

function buyWeapon() {
if (gold >= 30) {
gold -= 30;
currentWeapon++;
goldText.innerText = gold;
let newWeapon = weapons;
text.innerText = “You now have a new weapon.”;
let newWeapon = weapons[currentWeapon];
}
}

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Challenge Information:

Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 88

Hi José! Welcome! You have accidentally defined the variable twice. I recommend deleting the second one and putting the code requested on the first one.

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