Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player

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My code so far is doing well but I am just curious what is the “user.Data?.currentSong” thing. This question may sound weird but I really need someone to explain… :smiley:

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Learn Basic String and Array Methods by Building a Music Player - Step 32

what is it that you do not understand of this?

Like is the code refering to

const audio = new Audio();
let userData = {
songs: […allSongs],
currentSong: null,
songCurrentTime: 0,
};

this code?

And also may I know how the ?. works in the code that I just mentioned

if the dot in user.Data is a typo, then yes it is probable that it is referring to that.

The ? in this case is called optional chaining, if something in the chain is null or undefined, the whole chain evaluates to undefined instead of throwing an error

More infos here: Optional Chaining in JavaScript – Explained with Examples

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