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

Idk what I did wrong

script.js
funtion max(n1, n2){
 if (n1>n2){
   return (n1);
} else if(n2>n1){
    return (n2);
}

1 Answer

Hi Rafael,

There are two issues that I’m seeing. The second issue is that you are missing a closing curly brace to your max function.

The first issue though, is that you spelled the function keyword incorrectly. There should be a “c” in the keyword function. Fix those two things, and your code will pass.

Omg thanks