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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Making Decisions with Conditional Statements Document Your Code With Comments

The comment sequence does not match the code sequence for the following comment.1) Correct 2) too high 3) Too low

The comment sequence does not match the code sequence for the following comment.1) Correct 2) too high 3) Too low

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,624 Points

Hey Chetan,

Could you please clarify / elaborate on what your question is.

Also, if the question does pertain to something in your code, you will also need to post your code (please refer to the Markdown Cheatsheet) on how to do that.

This makes it possible for the Community to provide assistance.

:dizzy:

I was just pointing out that in the video. The comment sequence does not match the implementation sequence for the above part.

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,135 Points

Wow, good eye! "Low" and "high" are reversed. I certainly didn't notice that when I saw that video the first time. It might be a bit overly particular though.

But you could try reporting it to Treehouse Support. It might even get you a "special Exterminator badge".

Viv Fouracre
Viv Fouracre
9,062 Points

I found exactly the same - low and high are definitely reversed in the comments Dave has written in the video. I know these are only comments and don't run but as code is so particular I think it is important this error is corrected or pointed out in Teachers Notes