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can I please get some help?
// Enter your code below var initialScore = 8 initialScore += 1 let isWinner = 10 = lose let isWinner = < or > 10 = win
Mitchell Richmond5,401 Points
James, for the second part of the challenge there are two steps:
1st Step: You just have to set a constant named isWinner, so:
2nd Step: Then you set it to a comparison finding out if the total is 10 or not. So:
let isWinner = initialScore != 10
So that means if the initialScore does not equal 10, isWinner (which is a boolean variable) is set to true. If the initialScore does equal 10, isWinner is set to false.