FAQ: Introduction to JavaScript - Properties


#1

This community-built FAQ covers the “Properties” exercise from the lesson "Introduction to JavaScript ".

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Introduction To JavaScript

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#2

I’m stuck on Intro to JavaScript, Lesson 1 Exxercise 7. I do not get an error message, but I can’t advance. What do I do?


#3

Is this instruction you are stuck on?

Use the .length property to log the number of characters in the following string to the console:

'Teaching the world how to code'

#4

I used .length, but I think it is the program. I have reset the exercise several times, reread the text and carefully followed the instructions and used the hint. The program will not let me move forward. What should I do?


#5

This means,

console.log( ... );

so,

console.log("Teaching the world how to code".length);

#6

I created another account and was able to move forward. I’m not sure what the problem was. Thanks


#7

I had the same problem. It was my fault, I wrote lenght instead of length.