Learn localStorage by Building a Todo App - Step 11

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const dataArrIndex = taskData.findIndex((item) => item.id === currentTask.id ? true : false);
if(dataArrIndex===true){
return dataArrIndex
}else{
return -1
}

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Learn localStorage by Building a Todo App - Step 11

Hi! I hope you’ve found the answer by now! But I think you’re overthinking it. Just follow the instructions exactly without adding anything additional.

Regarding the arrow function, if you have more than one line it will always require the curly brackets starting just after the arrow. BUT! for this step only one line is needed and you do not need the brackets.

The condition in findIndex is already a boolean expression, so there’s no need for the if(dataArrIndex===true) check.

thank you I got it!!, it didn’t required to use true or false statement