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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Making Decisions with Conditional Statements Introducing Conditional Statements

this is exactly what he's asked to write.

the instructor said that you must have the document.write command to give the message that you are correct?

var answer= prompt("what is the best programming language?");
   if (answer==="Javascript" {
       "You are correct"); }
  <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
  <title>JavaScript Basics</title>
<script src="app.js"></script>

3 Answers

thank you otec.

Adam Beer
Adam Beer
11,314 Points

No! You forget the closing bracket of if() statement. And you forget the alert() dialog. Until your problem isn't resolve, please use one topic/question.

it is adam. the first line works fine. then it asks to do a conditional statement saying it's JavaScript. You are correct. I'm following his exact example. but it's not working

Adam Beer
Adam Beer
11,314 Points

Okey, but where are your alert() dialog?

Otec Perez Glass
Otec Perez Glass
7,678 Points

There you go include the the string inside the the conditional like this

alert( "You are correct" );  // hopefully that will help you.