You are helping translate human speech into computer terms.
You will be given a list of
names, and you will return one of those names.
You will also be given a
position. This number is the position of the name you need to return in human terms.
In other words, you will need to translate the human number into a computer index. So if the number is
1, meaning the first item in the list, you need to return the array element at index
0, since that is the first element in the array.
const names = ['Alex', 'Bri', 'Cory', 'Diana']; const result = getNameAtPosition(names, 2); console.log(result); // "Bri"