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I can not understand this
product *= arr[i]
, how does this code work, can you explain that to me

**Your code so far**

function sum(arr, n) {
// Only change code below this line
// Only change code above this line
}
function multiply(arr, n) {
let product = 1;
for (let i = 0; i < n; i++) {
product *= arr[i];
}
return product;
}
console.log(multiply([1,2,3], 3))

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The operator *= is similar to += or -=. Its a shortcut to taking a value and multiplying itself to something else. Basically, x *= 3 would be equivilent to x = x * 3.

For example.

let x = 5;
x *= 3; // this will take x * 3, and save it in x, so x = 3 * 5
console.log(x); //This will print 15

Now your multiply function is supposed to multiply the first n values in arr together using a loop, so for every value it uses product *= arr[i] to multiply that value in the array to product, therefore after the loop finishes, product will be all those values multiplies together. Hope that makes sense.