Learn Modern JavaScript Methods By Building Football Team Cards - Step 44

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There is some issue, I believe in some stupid detail, but I simply don’t get it… Could please someone help me?

// running tests
Your filter() callback should implicitly return the result of checking if player.position is forward .
You will need to add a break statement below your setPlayerCards call.
// tests completed

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case "forward":
  setPlayerCards(players.filter((player) => player.position === forward));
  break;

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Learn Modern JavaScript Methods By Building Football Team Cards - Step 44

hi, remember that in player.position is a string, and the strictly equal gonna check that if forward is a string

Thanks for your kind help, it just opened my eyes!
While the first case is checking the player.nickname against null, I just took it as a template - and forgot about the different datatype…

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