Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 55

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It seems I have a different question for this step based on the responses given to others.

This is my question:
Step 55
Access the userData?.currentSong?.title and userData?.currentSong?.artist properties and assign them to a currentTitle and currentArtist variables respectively.

I read the MDN and one option that seems to fit bet here based on how the question is written is to assign the variable to the property via an Alias. Can anyone provide additional guidance

Your code so far

const setPlayerDisplay = () => {
  const playingSong = document.getElementById("player-song-title");
  const songArtist = document.getElementById("player-song-artist");
  const {userData?.currentSong?.title: currentTitle} = playingSong;
  const {userData?.currentSong?.title: currentArtist} = songArtist;

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Challenge Information:

Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 55

I figured it out:


It is great that you solved the challenge, but please don’t post your full working solution.

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