Tammilore (0)

function ClassTwo(name, pw, mail){
// Exercise Two: Now that you have created your own class,
// you will create a class with a method on it.
// In this class create 4 properties: username, password, email, and checkPassword.
// Set the value of username to name,
// Set the value of password to pw,
// Set the value of email to mail
// Set the value of checkPassword to a function.
// The checkPassword function takes a string as it's only argument.
// Using the 'this' keyword check to see if the password on the class is the same as
// the string being passed in as the parameter. Return true or false.

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vedprad1 (831)

You have to use the this keyword:

function ClassTwo(name, pw, mail) {
  this.username = name;
  this.password = pw; = mail;
  this.checkPassword = function (str) {
    if (str == this.password) return true;
    else return false;

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