FAQ: Async Await - Handling Errors

This is an arrow function that is missing the arrow.

first line should be written like this:

let hostDinnerParty= async () => {

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My problem is cookBeanSouffle() is not in library.js. I’m really confused at how this function was being called without existing. Reading these comments makes me realize that it should exist in library.js but it doesn’t. The only function I have in library.js is shopForBeans. I can’t continue without successfully checking my work. This is ridiculous.

Why is it bad practice to return a bool? Or you just want to shorten it

Why is this bad practice?