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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Getters and Setters Creating Getter Methods

Jon Barth
Jon Barth
7,734 Points

Why does the code work in power shell but not TTH Workspace?

Here is the code I'm using:

class Student {
    constructor(gpa, credits){
        this.gpa = gpa;
        this.credits = credits;
    }

        stringGPA() {
        return this.gpa.toString();
    }

  get level(){
      if(this.credits > 90) {
        return 'Senior';
      } else if(this.credits < 90 && this.credits >= 61) {
        return 'Junior';
      } else if(this.credits < 60 && this.credits >= 31) {
        return 'Sophomore';
      } else if(this.credits <=30) {
        return 'Freshman';
      }
  }


}

const student = new Student(3.9);

const studentOne = new Student(3,-83);
console.log(studentOne.level);

Can anyone help why I'm getting the Bummer: It looks like your getter method is not returning a value. error?

creating_getters.js
class Student {
    constructor(gpa, credits){
        this.gpa = gpa;
        this.credits = credits;
    }

        stringGPA() {
        return this.gpa.toString();
    }

  get level(){
      if(this.credits > 90) {
        return 'Senior';
      } else if(this.credits < 90 && this.credits >= 61) {
        return 'Junior';
      } else if(this.credits < 60 && this.credits >= 31) {
        return 'Sophomore';
      } else if(this.credits <=30) {
        return 'Freshman';
      }
  }


}

const student = new Student(3.9);

const studentOne = new Student(3,-83);
console.log(studentOne.level);

1 Answer

      if(this.credits > 90) {
        return 'Senior';
      } else if(this.credits < 90 && this.credits >= 61) {
        return 'Junior';
      }

What do you want to happen if this.credits is 90? 90 is neither greater than 90 nor less than 90.