Here is the code I am having trouble with:
//declaring some vars
var isMetalSign = false;
var isMicroperforated = false;
var isBrochures = false;
var isBrochureHolder = false;
var isRollUp = false;
//promoMaterials is an array that has been set to a list of materials - this code is not shown here isMetalSign = promoMaterials.includes("Metal Sign"); isMicroperforated = promoMaterials.includes("Microperforated Decal"); isBrochures = promoMaterials.includes("Brochures"); isBrochureHolder = promoMaterials.includes("Brochure Holder"); isRollUp = promoMaterials.includes("Roll Up");
The includes method works on the first match, but then even if the string is in the array, after the first match, it will return false. Example, promoMaterials = [“Metal Sign”, “Brochures”], the result will be that isMetalSign = true, but isBrochures = false.
Sample Console Output:
promoMaterials: Metal Sign, Microperforated Decal, Brochures, Brochure Holder, Roll Up
I have tried:
I have tested this code in Node.js interpreter and I get the expected results.
Used includes method with the start parameter set to 0. Array.includes(“string”, 0);
Any help will be greatly appreciated.