This is a very good example and i am clear now how the differences are. Thanks mtf.
(This isn’t related to the lesson exercise specifically - but same topics. If this would be better posted somewhere else please point me in the right direction.)
If I have an array of strings (in this case names), what is an efficient way to sort or reorder them using arbitrary criteria?
Not alphabetical or numerical/UTC based methods.
Is there something more efficient than creating a function that will output the new “order” using index numbers & the console.log method repeatedly?
... console.log(exampleList); console.log(exampleList); console.log(exampleList); console.log(exampleList); console.log(exampleList);
console.log(exampleList, exampleList, exampleList, ....);
I don’t want to change the original array
Why in the first exercise do they say to make a list item and set it to  and then say to print the
listItem with a console.log() but the correct answer isn’t what’s in the listItem variable.
Is this an error on their end or am I just not understanding what they’re asking me to do?
Check the spelling. Is the
s part of the name?