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JavaScript JavaScript Functions Pass Information Into Functions Create a max() Function

Volodymyr Ruban
Volodymyr Ruban
3,706 Points

please help to find the correct answer thank you

function nature (tree, flower) {
  Let result; 
  if (tree < flower) {
    result = "flower";
} else {
result = 'tree'; }
  return result;
nature (4, 6);
Sacha U
Sacha U
6,830 Points

I am still quite new to this, but I think you need to at least put a = after result. I tried your code with the following line: let result = ''; And then it did work. Hope this helps :)

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,248 Points

There's a few issues here:

  • the instructions say to "Create a function named max", but this one is named "nature"
  • the keyword "let" should not begin with a capital letter
  • the parameter names should not be converted into strings with quotes or apostrophes
  • for task 1 you only need to define the function, you don't need to call it