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Luke TigardCourses Plus Student 1,879 Points
How do I code this comparison operator?
let isWinner = 9 !=10 // ??
// Enter your code below var initialScore = 8 initialScore += 1 let isWInner = // I'm stuck here trying to figure out this comparison operation
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there! You're close here! In the first bit of code in your post you've gone ahead and added the numbers together yourself and compared them to 10. But that's the computer's job! That value of 9 is stored in
initialScore. Try using the variable
initialScore not equal to 10.
Also, in the first bit of code, you spelled
isWinner correctly. But in the code in the black box, the variable is spelled incorrectly:
isWInner. Note the capital I in the second version. Challenges are very exacting and things generally must match to the letter. This includes capitalisation, spacing, punctuation, and spelling.
I think you can get it with these hints, but let me know if you're still stuck!