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JavaScript

Femke Boermans
Femke Boermans
11,240 Points

Stuck in Checking Values

I can't solve the next test:

Create a method called 'isValidEmail' that takes one argument that returns true when a string with an '@' symbol is passed, false if not.

I tried everything but I either get Null or Bummer! You didn't define the 'isValidEmail' function.

3 Answers

Marieke Beckschebe
Marieke Beckschebe
6,158 Points

Same problem here. This is my code

<script src="jquery.js"></script> <script>function isValidEmail(email){ return email.indexOf("@") != -1; } </script>