Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 21

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I’m not sure where I went wrong… the word “Define” is throwing me off.

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const playSong(id) {};

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Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 21

To solve this, you need to use arrow functions. Here is the syntax for arrow functions:

const functionName = (parameter) => {
// Place function code here
};

NOTE: You don’t need to use const only for arrow functions. You can also use let.

Before clicking the solution code below, I highly HIGHLY suggest trying to figure it out yourself so that you can learn/remember how arrow functions work all by yourself!

const playSong = (id) => {};