Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 86

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To fix that, you can set up an event listener which will detect when the currently playing song ends. The ended event listener is appropriate for this. It is fired when the playback of a media reaches the end.

Add an event listener to the audio element which listens for the ended event. Pass in a callback using arrow syntax with empty curly braces.

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audio.addEventListener('ended')=()=>{}

You should use arrow syntax to pass in an empty callback to your ended event listener.

i have pushed my arrow syntax but it is not accepting the code

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Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 86

audio.addEventListener('ended')=()=>{}

The Event listener you are adding to audio needs a specified event, and then an action to perform on that event.

Such as:

button.addEventListener("click", doSomething);

It looks like you just have a little bit of a formatting issue. Your answer is almost there. You just need a second parameter for the “ended” event of audio.

Hint:
audio.addEventListener("ended", ... );

i have resolved the code after some more working out

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