Mini Linter video walkthrough is not very helpful - teaches the wrong approach (IMHO)

The Mini Linter Video Walkthrough (JavaScript: Mini Linter - YouTube) for step 4 (overused Words) is a little hard to understand because it simply copy / pastes a for loop.

But why then do we have an array overusedWords at all? Shouldn’t we - being in the iterators learning part of JavaScript - somehow compare the two arrays with each other?

Don’t get me wrong, it is in general a working approach but I wonder where the learning experience is if the teachings use an approach that is not matching the current learning step we students are in.

It’s a little bit like asking a student what 24 x 7 is and see him writing down 7+7+7+7+7… The result will be right but that is not what the teacher (and student) wanted to see, right?

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