Add Key-Value Pairs to JavaScript Objects

Add Key-Value Pairs to JavaScript Objects
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let foods = {
  apples: 25,
  oranges: 32,
  plums: 28
};

// change code below this line

// change code above this line

console.log(foods);

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Link to the challenge:
https://learn.freecodecamp.org/javascript-algorithms-and-data-structures/basic-data-structures/add-key-value-pairs-to-javascript-objects

Add three more entries: bananas with a value of 13, grapes with a value of 35, and strawberries with a value of 27

Add new foods to the foods object.

/* 
    foods[<<key>>] = <<value>>
*/

foods['blueberries'] = 99;
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Hi, you can do this by using dot notation. So the answer is:

foods.bananas = 13;
foods.grapes = 35;
foods.strawberries = 27;

let foods = {
apples: 25,
oranges: 32,
plums: 28,

};

// change code below this line
foods[‘bananas’] = 13;
foods[‘grapes’] = 35;
foods[‘strawberries’] = 27;

// change code above this line

console.log(foods);

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not working for me :confused:

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nvm it worked. i was just doing the work twice without realizing