FAQ: Introduction to D3 - Putting it all together

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The provided solution to this exercise does not work, it always gives the error ‘expected #viz to have children p’

I am having the same issue

I am having the same problem as the two students who posted in December 2018. Here is my code:`let poem_verses = [“Always”,“in the middle”, “of our bloodiest battles”, “you lay down your arms”,“like flowering mines”,“to conquer me home.”];

d3.select("#viz")
.selectAll(“p”)
.data(poem_verses)
.enter()
.append(“p”)
.text(“Click Me!”)`

It is the same as the solution. There is also a bug in the initial code in the text editor. The instructions say to bind the array poemVerses to date while the code in the code editor says poem_verses.