Hiya guys and gals. I'm having a bit of an issue, and I can't figure out what's going on. I have a method within an object, called `arrayRoll()`

. Essentially what this does is calls the helper function `multiRoll()`

a given amount of times, and adds the results to an array. This array should get returned at the end.

But for some reason, the program seems to freeze and I see no output. Is there something wrong with my JS, or is this something with repl.it?

Here's my code:

```
//script.js
//dieRoller object
//contains all methods for rolling dice
const dieRoller = {
//randomly selects number from 1 to sides passed
roll(sides) {
return Math.ceil(Math.random() * sides);
},
//rolls multiple dice and adds the total
multiRoll(sides, times) {
let totalRoll = 0;
for (i = 0; i < times; i++) {
totalRoll += this.roll(sides)
}
return totalRoll;
},
//rolls multiple dice multiple times and adds the results to an array
arrayRoll(sides, times, items) {
let rollArray = [];
for (i = 0; i < items; i++) {
rollArray.push(this.multiRoll(sides, times));
}
console.log(rollArray);
},
};
console.log(dieRoller.arrayRoll(6, 2, 6)); //expected output is array with 6 random rolls
```

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Some things to note:

-The `multiRoll()`

method takes two parameters, sides, and times. Basically this just rolls a x-sided dice an x-amount of times and sums the results. This calls upon a helper function, `roll()`

which generates a random number from one to x.

-The `arrayRoll()`

method takes three parameters, sides, times, and items. What this does is it rolls an x-sided dice an x-amount of times and adds the results to array. It does this for the x-amount of items specified.

The way that you are creating functions in the object is wrong. Functions in objects should be made like this:

If this answers your question, please check the checkmark on the left side of this message. Thanks and Good Luck!@vedprad1 I've done it the other way several times before and it's always worked.

I did try out your suggestion and unfortunately it did not work. I appreciate your time, though.