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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Making Decisions in Your Code with Conditional Statements The Conditional Challenge Solution

When I make a conditional between two variables, it never outputs a true. Why is that?

I know my method wasn't the most efficient. Already saw the solution video and I know it wasn't necessary to make a variable out of the correct answer but I did it.

It should work and it doesn't.

if (submit1.toUpperCase === answer1){ correctAnswers += 1; }

The result is always false. Why is that?? Thanks in advance.

This is my code:

/*

  1. Store correct answers
    • When quiz begins, no answers are correct */ const answer1 = "HTML"; const answer2 = "CSS"; const answer3 = "JAVASCRIPT"; const answer4 = "PRACTICE"; const answer5 = "PRACTICEX2";

// 2. Store the rank of a player

let rank; let correctAnswers = 0;

// 3. Select the <main> HTML element

const main = document.querySelector('main');

/*

  1. Ask at least 5 questions
    • Store each answer in a variable
    • Keep track of the number of correct answers */

let submit1 = prompt ("What's the first thing you gotta learn to become a web developer?"); if (submit1.toUpperCase === answer1){ correctAnswers += 1; } console.log(submit1); console.log(correctAnswers);

let submit2 = prompt ("What's the second thing you gotta learn to become a web developer?"); if (submit2.toUpperCase === answer2){ correctAnswers += 1; } console.log(submit2);

let submit3 = prompt ("What's the third thing you gotta learn to become a web developer?"); if (submit3.toUpperCase === answer3){ correctAnswers += 1; } console.log(submit3);

let submit4 = prompt ("What's the fourth thing you gotta learn to become a web developer?"); if (submit4.toUpperCase === answer4){ correctAnswers += 1; } console.log(submit4);

let submit5 = prompt ("What's the fifth thing you gotta learn to become a web developer?"); if (submit5.toUpperCase === answer5){ correctAnswers += 1; } console.log(submit5);

console.log(correctAnswers);

/*

  1. Rank player based on number of correct answers
    • 5 correct = Gold
    • 3-4 correct = Silver
    • 1-2 correct = Bronze
    • 0 correct = No crown */

if (correctAnswers == 0) { rank = "No"; } else if (correctAnswers == 1 || correctAnswers == 2) { rank = "Bronze"; } else if (correctAnswers == 3 || correctAnswers == 4) { rank = "Silver"; } else if (correctAnswers == 5) { rank = "Gold"; } // 6. Output results to the <main> element

main.innerHTML = <h1>According to the results: You earned ${rank} crown!</h1>

2 Answers

Have you tried adding parentheses to call the method? submit1.toUpperCase()

Yes! It was that syntax error. Thanks!