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JS Assignment 13: Intro to Classes in Javascript
posted to Ask by ReinierB

@KevinFisher Hey, not sure if you got it by now. However, for JS Assignment 15: Intro to Callbacks function 2:

function calculator(callback, num1, num2){
return callback(num1, num2);
}

What am i getting wrong?
posted to Ask by ayormeday

@vedprad1 Can you help me with a problem ?

JS Assignment 16: Using Callbacks in Array Methods
posted to Ask by vkajdacsi

@Vandesm14 Hello Everyone , this worked for me:

names.forEach(function(names){
console.log(names);
});
}

JS Assignment 13: Intro to Classes in Javascript
posted to Ask by ReinierB

@janetsomehow1 userObject.phoneNumber = '(951)867-5309';
} is close but you forgot to return the userObject.

userObject.phoneNumber = '(951)867-5309';
return userObject;
}

JS Assignment 13: Intro to Classes in Javascript
posted to Ask by ReinierB

@janetsomehow1 Hey, I completed this assignment as well. It was tricky at first.

let aboutMe = {

name:'Janet',

city:'Uyo',

favoriteAnimal: 'Dog',
}
return aboutMe;
}
stuck on this one can anyone help
posted to Ask by mthotchkiss18

@JustARatherRidi you're awesome ! I was confused a bit I wasn't sure if I started writing this out correctly since it's a little different from the lecture. I only had "userObject.phoneNumber =" and saw you just added the number value, which was so simple and I understand why. Thank you!

JS Assignment 10: Array Properties and Methods
posted to Ask by skudeva

@Kevinw980 You have to remove ' '
Numbers do not need this. That is used for letters only. I got the answer correct. Let me know.

numbers.unshift(1);