There must be enough required elements to satisfy the lesson check (SCT). However, the code contains a number of errors.
Not really an error, but would you want your teacher to write your name like this? In grammar we call it a proper name, which deserves to be capitalized.
var myName = "Jake";
Also not really an error, however it is a best practice to declare the iterator variable inside the loop parameters if it is not already declared elsewhere.
for (var i = 0; ...
The interpreter does not expect
, "j". This is not how we compare multiple values.
if (A === "J" || A === "j") // note two unique expression operands
However, this is not a concern. In the text
J used, so we need only look for that match.
if (text[i] === "J")
and since we have capitalized the name,
if (text[i] === myName)
Nothing is being appended to the array. We need to pass a value...
The above is an assignment in a conditional which is invalid. It must be a comparison.
if (hits.length === 0)
Finally, on another point of grammar, Sentences start with a capital...
"Your name wasn't found."