JavaScript Challenge - Reverse Words

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I’m using brilliant and a bit tricky (especially in technical interviews context :slight_smile: ) function reduceRight here.

function wordReverser(phrase) {
  const phraseArray = phrase.split(' ');
  const res = phraseArray.reduceRight((acc, curr) => ([...acc, curr]), []);
  return res.join(' ');
}

console.log(wordReverser("Codecademy rules"));

// Leave this so we can test your code:
module.exports = wordReverser;

My go at it:

function wordReverser(phrase) {
** // Write your code here**
** return phrase.split(" “).reverse().join(” ");**
}

console.log(wordReverser(“Codecademy rules”));

// Leave this so we can test your code:
module.exports = wordReverser;

function wordReverser(phrase) {
// Write your code here
phrase = phrase.split(" “)
return phrase.reverse().join(” ");
}

console.log(wordReverser(“Codecademy rules”));

// Leave this so we can test your code:
module.exports = wordReverser;

function wordReverser(phrase) {
const split = phrase.split(" “).reverse().join(” ");
return split;

}

console.log(wordReverser(“Codecademy rules”));

// Leave this so we can test your code:
module.exports = wordReverser;

const wordReverser = (phrase) => phrase.split(" ").reverse().join(" ");

// Leave this so we can test your code:
console.log(wordReverser("May the Fourth be with you"))
module.exports = wordReverser;
function wordReverser(phrase) {
  const words = phrase.split(" ");
  const reversed = [];
  for (let i = words.length-1; i >= 0; i--){
    reversed.push(words[i])
  }
  return (reversed.join(" "))
}

console.log(wordReverser("Codecademy rules"));

// Leave this so we can test your code:
module.exports = wordReverser;

My solution:

function wordReverser(phrase) {
  // Write your code here
  let words = phrase.split(" ")
  let reversedWord = words.reverse()

  return reversedWord.join(" ")
}

console.log(wordReverser("Codecademy rules"));

// Leave this so we can test your code:
module.exports = wordReverser;

function wordReverser(phrase) {
const tempArr = ;
phrase.split(" ").reverse().map(x => tempArr.push(x));

return tempArr.join(" ")

}

console.log(wordReverser(“Codecademy rules”));

// Leave this so we can test your code:
module.exports = wordReverser;

function wordReverser(phrase) {
  return phrase.split(" ").reverse().join(" ");
}

console.log(wordReverser("Codecademy rules"));

// Leave this so we can test your code:
module.exports = wordReverser;