Https://www.codecademy.com/en/courses/objects-ii/1/1


#1


really, wtf is wrong with your algorithms?
that's not even funny!

https://www.codecademy.com/en/courses/objects-ii/1/1


#2

Hi @tagjumper95643,
Users can program a same problem in many ways.
So we can't expect CC interpreter to test for all these cases? the exercises needed to done as per instructions , It's written to deal with randomness.

Try removing parentheses around like write just typeof anObj
I have inserted parentheses and gave me error , same as yours.
(Eventhough it should have worked with parentheses)

also..
It can be a browser issue, Try switching to Firefox/IE or other than what're you using now!
I hope it helps!


#3

Thanks!
removing parenthesis helped, tho that's kind of strange feature. I always thought that without parenthesis "typeof" don't even work)


#4

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