# Review Algorithmic Thinking by Building a Dice Game - Step 7

### Tell us what’s happening:

I’m trying to make the update with the previous builded function, but i’m not succeeding. What i’m doing wrong in my conditional statement?

``````<!-- file: index.html -->

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``````/* file: styles.css */

``````
``````/* file: script.js */
// User Editable Region

const getHighestDuplicates = () => {
let highestDuplicates = {};
let sum = diceValuesArr.reduce((acc,el) => acc + el, 0)

listOfAllDices.forEach(el => {
if(highestDuplicates.hasOwnProperty(el.textContent)){
highestDuplicates[el.textContent]++
}else{
highestDuplicates[el.textContent] = 1
}
})

for (let key in highestDuplicates){
if(highestDuplicates[key] >= 3){
}
else if(highestDuplicates[key] >= 4) {
}
else if(highestDuplicates[key] < 3){
}
}
}

if (rolls === 3) {
} else {
rolls++;
rollDice();
getHighestDuplicates();
}
});

// User Editable Region
``````

User Agent is: `Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/126.0.0.0 Safari/537.36`

### Challenge Information:

Review Algorithmic Thinking by Building a Dice Game - Step 7

Hello, when running your code a ReferenceError is being logged to the console. This usually happens when Javascript can’t find a reference to a variable in your code. In your case:

``````const listOfAllDice = document.querySelectorAll(".die");
``````

The variable above is being written incorrectly.

Later you call this variable “listOfAllDices”, when it is declared as “listOfAllDice”. Fix the variable name, and see if that fixes your problems.

I’ve fixed the variable name, and isn’t have a Referece Error problem anymore. But still have this message hint when i check my code:

When the array has less than three of the same number, your `getHighestDuplicates` function should update the final radio option with `, score = 0`

To calculate this, create a `getHighestDuplicates` function which takes an array of numbers. The function will need to count how many times each number is found in the array.

I believe your answer is not being accepted because you are solving the exercise in a way that is different from the way that is being asked of you to solve it. When you are asked to write a function that receives an array of numbers, the exercise expects you to write a function that receives an array as an argument.
EX:

``````const myFunction = (myArrayParam) => {your code here}
``````

The way you are currently solving the exercise has an arrow function (getHighestDuplicates) that is NOT receiving an array as an argument, therefore your answer is not being accepted. I could not find anything else wrong with your code, so i believe this is the only thing stopping your answer from being accepted. Please let me know if you run into any other problems or if you disagree.