13/14 help!


#1

// Here is an example of using the greater than (>) operator.
console.log(15 > 4); // 15 > 4 evaluates to true, so true is printed.

// Fill in with >, <, === so that the following print out true:
console.log("Xiao Hui".length 122);
console.log("Goody Donaldson".length 8);
console.log(8*2 16);

HELP


#2

The code is asking you to fill in one of the three operators in all 3 of those example's so that "True" will be printed out as the result. If you notice in the code as well you will see they give you enough space (on purpose) to put in one of those operators.
So for the first example the code would be: console.log("Xiao Hui".length < 122);

I'm sure you get the idea. Hope that helps.


#3

Here you go: just done it myself!

// Here is an example of using the greater than (>) operator.
console.log(15 >= 4); // 15 > 4 evaluates to true, so true is printed.

// Fill in with >, <, === so that the following print out true:
console.log("Xiao Hui".length <= 122);
console.log("Goody Donaldson".length !== 8);
console.log(8*2 === 16);