Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 28

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You should use arrow syntax to pass in an empty callback into your event listener. Don’t forget you also need an empty pair of curly braces.
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playButton.addEventListener(“click”, (playSong)=> {});
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You need to hook up the playSong function to a click event listener so the songs will start playing when the play button is clicked.

Add a click event listener to the playButton element, then use arrow syntax to pass in a callback with an empty pair of curly braces.
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Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 28

Apparently you dont need a param here so leave empty, I don’t know about your quotation marks though it threw an error on my editor.

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Yep, It worked without the playSong param