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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Making Decisions in Your Code with Conditional Statements Test Multiple Conditions With the && Operator

Alicja Chalupczynska
Alicja Chalupczynska
2,506 Points

Multiple Conditions I tested my code in the console and that's what I got back: age = 25; 25

I tested this code in the console and that's what I got back:

age = 25; 25 ( 20< age && 30< age) false

any ideas why my Mozilla browser stated it as false? I also tried Chrome but the same happened.. All help appreciated :)

1 Answer

"&&" is AND ! 25 is bigger than 20 but is not bigger than 30 . Becouse one of them is True and one is False the result is FALSE . your console is right .

Alicja Chalupczynska
Alicja Chalupczynska
2,506 Points

Okay after an hour when I read this again I admit you’re right. Time for break:) thank you!