for the first exercise it isn't used? That is the second exercise (if/else if/else), there the function is explained
Thanks. I didn't see any examples for lesson 1 so since I couldn't get good code for that lesson, I didn't know that isNaN came up in lesson 2. I have since solved lesson 1 and see that isNaN is covered in the following lesson.
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