FAQ: Classes - Instance


#1

This community-built FAQ covers the “Instance” exercise from the lesson “Classes”.

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#2

Am I not allowed to use " when passing values through parameters? I passed surgeonCurry’s values like so:

const surgeonCurry = new Surgeon("Curry","Cardiovascular");

But it kept telling me I was wrong. I was completely lost, and I eventually just clicked Solution. But the only change it made was that it changed the quotations from double to single (so it looked like ‘Curry’, ‘Cardiovascular’ rather than with double quotes). I’ve been using double quotes for everything, why is it suddenly not okay?


#3

It may have been an oversight on the author’s part to not include double quotes in the SCT. These things happen.

When getting a solution, be sure to copy your own code, first, then Reset the lesson and paste it back in, make the changes and Save. This way we may determine if there are other issues. If not, your code should pass.


#4

Thanks! Out of curiosity, are there actually any differences between ’ and "? Do they have different uses for certain cases?


#5

Rarely, as they are synonymous. We have both so one can be used inside the other.

"some text 'inner quote' end text"

'some text "inner quote" end text'