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

please help

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

let isAdmin = true;
let isStudent;
if ( isAdmin ) {
 message = ("Welcome admin");

2 Answers

isAdmin and isStudent have already been declared as const on lines 1 and 2. Since those variables exist, you can't then declare more variables with the same name.

Should look like this.

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

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

that is what I have in the editor at this point and it says cannot read property of null

const isAdmin = true; const isStudent = false; if ( +isAdmin +=== true ) { message = "Welcome admin"; }

this is what i have now and it is asking if i am including the isAdmin variable inside the if condition

You don't want to use the plus symbols there, as that's only for numbers, not booleans. The code you typed in your original post is good if you just remove the 2 let variable lines for admin and student.