Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 58

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Here is my code js about setPlayButtonAccessibleText function:

const setPlayButtonAccessibleText = () => {
  const song = userData?.currentSong;
};

I have tried to create a song constant and set it to the current song of userData , or the first song in the userData?.songs array, but it was error although I tried to creates the song constant, retrieving either the currently playing song or the first song in the playlist, using optional chaining:

const song = userData?.currentSong ?? userData?.songs[0];

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Can someone help to fix this error?

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Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 58

Have you learned to use ternary statements? The format is below. The step doesn’t tell you to use one directly, but is exactly what is needed to pass, and makes sense from a software engineering standpoint.

const song = condition ? what to do for true : what to do for false;

Did you get any clue to solve the issue I am stuck on this issue?

you have to use the OR operator(||)

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