I don't understand the use of employee, because employee was never defined and shouldn't we have just used an object in the function that kept track of all the names.
Do you think you could link your code and precisely what lesson you're on? This will help us help you in an efficient manner
cashRegister are two separate objects. The staff member object is not a part of cashRegister, but a separate instance of the StaffMember constructor.
When we pass
me to the
applyStaffDiscount method, the local variable
employee references that object.
As far as keeping a list, we would need to store each instance in an array or object, both of which are iterable. Something to think about if you wish to continue this project.
This would be the last lesson where
applyStaffDiscount is implemented.
Thank you, I looked for a little bit but ran into some trouble, I appreciate it!