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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Making Decisions with Conditional Statements The Conditional Challenge Solution

The instructor doesn't use .toUpperCase() consistently in this video.

The instructor doesn't use .toUpperCase() consistently in this video. Should it matter? sometimes he used .toUpperCase without parenthesis.

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james south
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james south
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i think it's just an oversight. he's using it the same way as the first time, to upper case a string and compare with an all caps string. note that in the video he doesn't run the code, if he had he would have had to add the () to the method calls.