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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Making Decisions in Your Code with Conditional Statements Add a Final 'else' Clause

const isAdmin = false; const isStudent = false; let message; if ( isAdmin ) { message = 'Welcome admin'; } else if (

script.js
const isAdmin = false;
const isStudent = false;
let message;

if ( isAdmin ) {
  message = 'Welcome admin';
} else if ( isStudent ) {
  message = 'Welcome student';
} else {
  message = 'Acess denied'
}

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,425 Points

The instructions ask for the message to be set to "Access denied", but the code here sets the message 'Acess denied' (with just one "c") instead.

Also, while it's optional here, it's considered a "best practice" to always end statements with a semicolon.

Thank you Steven, it was a silly error that resolved my problem. Thank you for pointing it out. I also added the semicolon. :)