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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Making Decisions in Your Code with Conditional Statements Write an 'if' Statement

I got stuck on this one even with the hints. Im confused on where the let goes here.

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

if (message===isAdmin){
 let message= "Welcome admin";  
    }

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,474 Points

A variable should only be declared once. The second reference to "message" should not have a "let" in front of it.