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JavaScript Introducing JavaScript Finishing the Game Control the Flow with Conditional Statements

Samuel Duarte
Samuel Duarte
2,930 Points

over 100

When I get the score over 100 it does not show the badge to win the game. How could I make it so it will give me the badge if I go over 100?

Can you post a snapshot of your workspace? It is the camera icon in the upper right corner.

2 Answers

Adam Pizzo
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Adam Pizzo
Python Development Techdegree Graduate 19,343 Points

So, the condition to determine if you win or not is if currentScore === winningScore (The value is set to 100 by default). You need to update it to >= if you want it to check for values 100 and above.

For Example:

if (currentScore >= winningScore) { 
createBadge(); 
}
Samuel Duarte
Samuel Duarte
2,930 Points

It's the first javascript thing you do. I can't take the picture. Something's not working on my end.