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

Devin Cushard
Devin Cushard
2,236 Points

My code is right. I even checked it in a console. Still, saying it is wrong?

const isAdmin = true; const isStudent = false; let message;

if (isAdmin === true){ message = "Welcome admin." }

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

if (isAdmin === true){
  message = "Welcome admin."
}
console.log(message);
Devin Cushard
Devin Cushard
2,236 Points

I know the console.log is not supposed to be there. It keeps asking me if I assigned the message to welcome admin. And I did!

1 Answer

The task asks for the message to be set to "Welcome admin". You have set your message to "Welcome admin.". Note the period at the end of your message.

Devin Cushard
Devin Cushard
2,236 Points

I am so embarrassed, lol.