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Comparison Operators Challenge 1

I'm stuck on this, here's my code which returns a syntax error:

var a = 10; var b = 20; var c = 30;

if(a>b){ alert('a is greater than b'); } else (a<=b){ alert('a is not greater than b'); }

2 Answers

Hi Michelle,

You don't need a condition for the "else" part of the statement.

var a = 10;
var b = 20;
var c = 30;

if( a > b ){
     alert( 'a is greater than b' );
} else{
     alert( 'b is greater than a' );

Ah thank you so much