FAQ: Code Challenges: Intermediate JavaScript - isTheDinnerVegan()


#1

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#2

const dinner = [{name: ‘hamburger’, source: ‘meat’}, {name: ‘cheese’, source: ‘dairy’}, {name: ‘ketchup’, source:‘plant’}, {name: ‘bun’, source: ‘plant’}, {name: ‘dessert twinkies’, source:‘unknown’}];

const isTheDinnerVegan = arr => {
if(arr.source === ‘plant’){
return true;
}
return false;
};

console.log(dinner.every(isTheDinnerVegan))
// Should print false

Can someone explain why this did n’t work. I believe I am getting the correct out put