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Yun Yin Ku1,493 Points
Unable to make the isWinner declaration
I’m currently stuck in !10 score for winner statement
// Enter your code below
var initialScore = 8
initialScore += 1
let isWinner = 9
10 != true
John Lack-Wilson8,181 Points
Hey Yun, thanks for the question.
The challenge is asking you to do the following: Declare a constant named isWinner and assign the results of a comparison operation to check whether the player has won or not.
So, in other words it wants you to assign isWinner using a comparison operation (i.e. an operator that compares values). Here's a similar example to help, where I am declaring a constant to see if something is not 30.
var score = 15
let notThirty = score != 30
We can use '!=' to compare if something is not equal to something else.