FAQ: Nodes: JavaScript - Node Methods: Set Next Node

This community-built FAQ covers the “Node Methods: Set Next Node” exercise from the lesson “Nodes: JavaScript”.

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Pass the Technical Interview with JavaScript

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is .setNextNode() a built in method of javascript or is it something we make up?
and why did the next parameter go away on this page from the constructor?

Took me a long time to find any relevant resources about this. No good information provided by codecademy either but eventually saw this in W3schools:

you can make up methods within the class, after the constructor {}
I don’t understand part 2 of this exercise or found anything online though so any help is very welcome

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