Learn Basic OOP by Building a Shopping Cart - Step 57

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Your if statement should set the items property back to an empty array.
dont know why not working

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if(isCartCleared)
{
items.length = !this.items.length;
total= 0;
}
}

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Learn Basic OOP by Building a Shopping Cart - Step 57

“set the items property back to an empty array”

Look at the constructor for this class to remind yourself how to do this.

“then set the total property to 0

Same thing, look at the constructor.

When you first create a ShoppingCart object, its items array is empty and its total count is set to 0. This is done in the constructor. These instructions are asking you to do the same thing if the user decides to clear their cart.

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