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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Making Decisions with Conditional Statements Review Else If Clauses and JavaScript Comments

Michael Williams
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Michael Williams
Courses Plus Student 8,059 Points

This question should be written better.

The way this question is written makes it sound like what are all the different outcomes of the conditional statements—which are four.

Adam Beer
Adam Beer
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Where are you in the quiz?

1 Answer

Michael Williams
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Michael Williams
Courses Plus Student 8,059 Points

I'm here. The question was: Say you had a conditional statement with one if clause, two else if clauses and an else clause, each with its own code block. What is the maximum number of code blocks in that conditional statement that can run?

I understand why the answer is 1, but the wording threw me off.