Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 13

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Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 13

 const songsHTML = songs.map((song) => {

  });

The code doesn’t work, the instructions are difficult to understand, what’s wrong?

why the array on which map is called changed name? Do you even have a songs array here?

The song and I don’t know where it came from, it’s nowhere in JavaScript, this task is not clear at all

reset the step and add only the callback function without changing other things

I don’t understand where she got this function from? callback function? where is it? how to write this?

const songsHTML = array.map(song);

the callback function is the function passed to map that you have to write this step. reset the step and write only inside the arguments for map

const songsHTML = array.map(song);
this does not work

you need to write a whole function using arrow syntax

const songsHTML = array.map(song)=>{

};
this doesn’t work either

the whole function needs to go inside the round parenthesis, that’s not correct syntax