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I am following a tutorial from Dapp University about building Election Smart Contract. When I run this command in the console:

app.vote(1, {from: web3.eth.accounts[0] })

I get the following error:

Thrown: <Error: The send transaction "from" field must be defined!

I know that "web3.eth.accounts" has been depreciated and I have tried a few ways to solve it but so far no luck.

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  • What version of web3.js are you using? Commented Oct 6, 2019 at 2:49
  • @goodvibration version 1.0.0
    – Klaudia
    Commented Oct 6, 2019 at 8:41

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How many arguments does the vote method take? In web3.js the smart contract method's arguments are interpreted first, and the last argument is expected to be transaction options such as: { from, gas, gasPrice }

If you are supplying a different number of arguments than is expected, web3.js will try to find the from field from an argument where it's not present.

Also, you can try adding this line to your code, to make sure it still works and has not been removed yet. console.log('Account 0', web3.eth.accounts[0])

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that error is because you pass account= '' .(in the from:) i think is your web3 version(can you check the version in console with "web3.version") and with web3 1.x.x can you try : web3.currentProvider.selectedAddress to get the address.

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