10/14 ?help


var iLoveJavaScript = true ;
var iLoveLearning = true ;

if(!(iLoveJavaScript && iLoveLearning)) {
// if iLoveJavaScript AND iLoveLearning:
console.log("Awesome! Let's keep learning!");
} else if(!(iLoveJavaScript && iLoveLearning)) {
// if NOT iLoveJavaScript OR iLoveLearning:
console.log("Let's see if we can change your mind.");
} else {
console.log("You only like one but not the other? We'll work on it.");
what is wrong


The code is perfect. The issue will perhaps be logical. for example your code is executing the statements in the else block but maybe the instructions will want you to return what is in the if block