FAQ: Learn TDD With Mocha - Getting into the Red II

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Getting into the Red II


Exercise will not let me pass. I’ve gone as far as replacing with the solution code, however, i still receive the same error.

" Did you add another it block, and assert that the result and expectedResult should be equal?"

solution shows:
const inputArray = [4,6,5,7].
which is incorrect.

It should be:
const inputArray = [4,5,6,7]

Even without any logic inside the second ‘it’, it passed the test!