Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 39

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if (userData?.currentSong === null) {
playSong(userData?.songs[0].id);
} else {
const getCurrentSongIndex=()=>currentSongIndex;
}

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Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 39

Hello. What seems to the problem?

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You should set the currentSongIndex constant to getCurrentSongIndex() inside the else block.

Okay. You need to call the getCurrentSong function that’s been defined for you , and assign the return value to a constant variable called currentSongIndex.

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if (userData?.currentSong === null) {
playSong(userData?.songs[0].id);
} else {
const currentSongIndex=getCurrentSongIndex();
}