How to source value in javascript?

If I have something like:

window.gaikai = {
                        emailToken: 'KHn5rB8007' // token
                gameCode: 'my_g_origin',
                messageCallback: function(obj) {
                              var currGame = 'my_g_origin';
                    // Log all messages to browser console, if available
                    if (console && typeof console.log === 'function') {
                        console.log(obj.message);
                    }
                    if (obj.message === 'clickPlayNow') {
                                 var autoPlay =  location.href.indexOf("gaikaiInstantPlay") > 0;
                                 if(autoPlay){currGame = currGame + '_autoPlay';}
                                 setOmniValues('','o','clickPlayNow','','e66='+currGame,'ev91',0,'','')
                       
                    }
                 }
            };

Is there a way I can source the value of gameCode: 'my_g_origin' in the javascript without reassigning it as I'm doing (var currGame = 'my_g_origin';)? Is it window.gaikai.gameCode?


Thanks!
894359Asked:
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basicinstinctCommented:
Yes but it looks like you missing a comma after this line:

 emailToken: 'KHn5rB8007'

Should be

 emailToken: 'KHn5rB8007',
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894359Author Commented:
Yeah I caught that! ;0) Thanks! So how do I reference it in my js? None of the below work?

alert(gaikai.gameCode);
alert(gaikai.gameCode.value);
alert(window.gaikai.gameCode);
alert(window.gaikai.gameCode.value);
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basicinstinctCommented:
This is the right one:
 alert(window.gaikai.gameCode);

If it doesn't work you got a problem somewhere else in your script.

you need to advance beyond alert debugging. press f12 in your browser and start using the console in the developer tools
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