The second way to access the properties of an object is bracket notation (`[]`

). If the property of the object you are trying to access has a space in it, you will need to use bracket notation.

Here is a sample of using bracket notation to read an object property:

var myObj = {

"Space Name": "Kirk",

"More Space": "Spock"

};

myObj["Space Name"]; // Kirk

myObj['More Space']; // Spock

Note that property names with spaces in them must be in quotes (single or double).

Read the values of the properties `"an entree"`

and `"the drink"`

of `testObj`

using bracket notation and assign them to `entreeValue`

and `drinkValue`

respectively.

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