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(Mauro Di Bert) #255

Hi @chrismills!!! How are you? Sorry for my disappearance! hehe, we’re working a lot over here! And now… I came back with my questions! hehe

I’m on the first septs of Java Script and cannot understand why after the second line you use “[i]”. I hope don’t bother you with sth maybe silly! Have a nice day!

Active learning: Printing those products!

for(var i = 0; i < products.length; i++) {
 var subArray = products[i].split(':');
 var name = subArray[0];
 var price = Number(subArray[1]);
 total += price;
 itemText = name + ' — $' + price;