Learn localStorage by Building a Todo App - Step 48

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Your localStorage.setItem() should have a key of "data".

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localStorage.setItem(“key”,“myTaskArr”)

localStorage.setItem(“key”,“data”)

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Learn localStorage by Building a Todo App - Step 48

To solve this problem you need to use the localStorage, and understand how it works. Reviewing your code, it looks like you’re misunderstanding the use case of setItem.

The setItem function takes 2 arguments:

  1. The key: should be a string
  2. The data

It just likes the JSON structure.

The problem required you to store the data of the todo myTaskArr as the key of data, which mean that the first and the second argument of the setItem is in this order: "data" as string, myTaskArr as JS array.

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