Learn Form Validation by Building a Calorie Counter - Step 58

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i keep geting this message, can anyone help me?
( You should assign the result of your cleanInputString call to your currVal variable.)

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function getCaloriesFromInputs(list) {
let calories = 0;
cleanInputString(list[i].value);
for (let i = 0; i < list.length; i++) {
const currVal = list[i].value;
}
}

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Learn Form Validation by Building a Calorie Counter - Step 58

Hello @ahmezfaisal21 !
Sometimes it’s good to use the console as it provides hints. Here are some lines from the console.

Your getCaloriesFromInputs function should call your cleanInputString function.
You should pass list[i].value as the parameter for cleanInputString.
You should assign the result of your cleanInputString call to your currVal 

You should pass the list[i].value as a parameter to the cleanInputString function, then assign that function to the variable currVal.Here is a syntax to also guide you.

myFunction(parameter);
const myVariable = myFunction(parameter);

thanks @stephenmutheu

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