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JavaScript JavaScript Functions Pass Information Into Functions Create a max() Function

Junior Suarez Peralta
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Junior Suarez Peralta
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Create a function named max that accepts two numbers as arguments (name the parameters whatever you would like). The fun

I dont understand. If I can chose the parameters I like why dont it work? I

script.js
function max(2, 3){
  if (2>3){
    return 2;
  }else{
    return 3;
  };
};
console.log(max(2,3));

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,039 Points

You choose the arguments when you call the function at the end, but when defining the function itself, you must use parameter names to represent the arguments that will be supplied later.

Besides being proper syntax, this means the function will work properly no matter what arguments it is called with.