Scott walks through the solution to exercise 6.
(flute)…- So the solution for this is, for mine at least,…well, let's just look at config.js.…So here's my solution for config.js.…I've done a lot error checking and stuff in here,…just to make sure that…this merge actually happens correctly.…So, what you could have done is just required the file,…which would give you objects and just put it there.…That would be great.…But there's a lot of edge cases,…so I'm just checking for those edge cases.…I think I'm still missing one, I'm looking at it.…So what I'm doing here, is I'm doing a try catch,…anybody not know what a try catch is?…Alright, just to go over a try catch, it's like,…everything between this try block,…I can just put any type of java script I want there…and then what's going to happen is,…if java script detects that an error…has been thrown in that try block,…it's going to allow me to handle that error…inside this catch block,…it's going to be passed as an argument.…
So there's a syntax error here, or a reference error,…or whatever type of error that I threw,…
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