FAQ: Advanced Objects - Property Value Shorthand


This community-built FAQ covers the “Property Value Shorthand” exercise from the lesson “Advanced Objects”.

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Web Development

Introduction To JavaScript

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This passed the exercise but contains no arrow function:


I am not clear on why this passed but threw up an error when I added the =>


The example contained an arrow function.



Hello @ [leannerybintsev] changing to the arrow notation threw an error because of the function keyword.

const robotFactory = (model, mobile) => {} 

function robotFactory (model, mobile) {}

Those are the two ways to declare the function