Yes Dieg! I need a little more explanation. I understand the code up to .split("featuring"), but what does .trim() do? Thank you
I will take advantage of this question and recommend you the official documentation of MDN to search about Js implementations :)
The trim erases the blanks at the start and the end of the string, in this case, as we splitted it by "featuring", your  can have an space at the end and maybe make fail your test, if you had, this is the reason of the removal :)
OK. I understand now. Thank you Dieg. Also, thanks a lot for the link
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