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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Creating Reusable Code with Functions Create a max() Function

Code Challenge not excepting my answer, but it works when I test it on Chrome console.

I've tried it with and it without the console.log entries. It works when I test it in Google Chrome console, I don't understand what is missing.

function max(first, second) {
  if (first > second) {
  return first;
  } else if (second > first) {
  return second;
console.log(max(35, 154));
console.log(max(210, 120));

1 Answer

I found I was missing a bracket, that was it. Problem solved!