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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Making Decisions in Your Code with Conditional Statements Boolean Values

Not showing as console log saying error with brackets?

I've copied what Guil has done and mine won't load on the browser, in the console log is just says: if () { console.log('The condition is true.'); } else { console.log('The condition is false.'); }

What I have:

let correctGuess = false; const number = 2; const guess = prompt('Guess a number between 1 and 10.');

if ( +guess === number ) { correctGuess = true; }

if ( correctGuess === true ) { console.log("You guessed the number!"); } else { console.log(Sorry. The number was ${number}.); }

I've combed through it multiple times, what am I missing?

Mark Casavantes
Mark Casavantes
2,866 Points

Hello Deanna,

You are very close. I changed your second console.log statement to include backticks and put your semi colon after your }; on the last line.

I hope this is helpful.