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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Making Decisions with Conditional Statements Introducing Conditional Statements

If your user is an entangled particle, can the name of the language be both Ruby and asdfhgkkhkhmf?

Would toUpperCase simply collapse this uncertainty?

Thanks in advance.

2 Answers

No, probably not.

DEEPIKA MARAM
DEEPIKA MARAM
4,491 Points

yes, I guess you can be if ( answer === 'Ruby' || answer === "asdfhgkkhkhm") { document.write("<p>That's right</p>"); }

This is an OR operator where either ways it would give you That's right as an answer.