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Stephen James
@Quantomistro3178 :+1: it is near the end
yeah, I found it
is this ok?
Sweet Coding :)
@Quantomistro3178 looks okay to me
but the the grey background is all messed up, idk what to do about that
Victor Popescu
@Quantomistro3178 what do you mean about gray background?
@Quantomistro3178 maybe something like "background-color: rgba(0,0,0,0.6)" for the "container" div would look a little more appealing?
if that's your concern
I think it looks ok and it works ok
Johny Sins

can someone tell me why

var arr = new Object();
    arr.first = "lorem";
    arr.last = "ipsum";

returns true


var Arr = [{first: "lorem", last: "ipsum"}];

returns false

Victor Popescu
@JohnySi73551906_twitter because arr is an object and Arr is an array
you do a for to iterate each object inside the array
Johny Sins
Victor Popescu
if you have only 1 object inside the array you can use the [index] to access it, but if the number of objects is random or unknown you need a for loop
Johny Sins
thanks @VicPopescu
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Victor Popescu
np, glad to help
Why I can't do like the sample?
I need help
Victor Popescu
@artprince what sample?
Victor Popescu
@artprince and where you stuck at?
is the Pen's setting wrong?
@VicPopescu Can you help me?
Fabien SHAN
@artprince Please describe your issue and what you have tried. The more detailed the explanation, the better.
I solved
because not set css in settings.
Johny Sins
@VicPopescu hello! do you know how can i compare two values of different properties?
var arr = [{first: "lorem", last: "ipsum"}, {first: "dolor", last: "sit"}];
@JohnySi73551906_twitter You want to compare first property of both objects in array?
Johny Sins
something like that, yes
Victor Popescu
@JohnySi73551906_twitter of different properties on the same object?
Johny Sins
Victor Popescu
oh, then you need a double iteration
inside your array for loop, for each iterated object, you do another for to loop through all the rest of the objects
and there you compare
Johny Sins
I'll try
Victor Popescu
alright try it and let us know
Johny Sins
@VicPopescu I can't get it to find objects with same properties
[ 'first', 'last' ]
[ 'last' ]
for(var i = 0; i < collection.length; i++) {
        if(Object.keys(collection[i]) === Object.keys(source)) {
            console.log('este ba!');
        } else {
            // console.log('nu este!');
try to use let keyword may be
Markus Kiili
@JohnySi73551906_twitter You need a nested loop (or iteration) over source's keys. Looped object's keys are of no interest here.