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var string = "Split me into an array";
var array = ;
// Only change code below this line.
array = string.split(' ');
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Understood thank you for the clarification Randell Dawson!
This code makes an array with every string worg in particulary. Split method does what it says: splits strings and put the pieces into an array. The tricky thing here is the space between the quotes:
-if it has no space, then makes an array with every character, including spaces between the words
-if it has a space between, like in the code above, it makes an array with every word, not including the spaces.
The result will be :
array = [‘Split’ , ‘me’ , ‘into’ , ‘an’ , ‘array’];