There had been a discussion about this issue and reports had been sent. I wrote a rather lengthy reply there. If you have some time, you can go through it here.
To sum it up, the get code answer is following an older exercise which uses similar example (but different -it doesn’t require orderCount as parameter)
If you’re following this particular exercise’s instruction, getTax function taking parameter orderCount, then you should call getTax(orderCount) as argument inside getTotal function for the code to work properly:
Give them some time to look over this as there’re bugs/corrections for every new courses being rolled out.
Thank you, I thought for sure I was misreading something the first few times or so I ran through the exercise. I came here and looked to see if anyone else had reported it, or noticed it, but somehow missed the thread you linked to.
I have no problem waiting while they fix things, and understand how it happens. I just wanted to make sure I was still sane…
Hey I was wondering if anyone could explain why under the getSubTotal function the parameter is labeled as itemCount. That was really throwing me off through this section because I was thinking it would make more sense if you were multiplying the orderCount by 7.5 to get the sub total.