17/28 JavaScript french


#1

https://www.codecademy.com/courses/javascript-beginner-fr-FR-ry8va/2/6

Hi, I've got a problem in the exercise 17/28 for java on the french version of codecademy. I have to write :
« 'C'est vrai : true' »
and
« 'C'est faux : false' ».
The problem is that I can't use the apostrophe « " » I have to use « ' »
But the apostrophe from the «C'est» is recognized as the end of the argument list.

Thanks for your help ! :smile:


#2

Did you try escapement?

'C\'est'

#3

Thanks :smiley: But now, I've got

and in the console:

Help me please D:


#4

The problem is that the program is supposed to print 'C'est vrai : true!' to the console, but because 'Je suis une fleur' does not equal 17, the string 'C'est faux : false!' is printed instead.


#5

Now, I said ABCD. It's four characters, ok ? but look :


#6

No, sorry, I've Won :smiley: Thanks :wink:


#7

'ABCD' does not equal 4. Do 'ABCD'.length === 4 instead.


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#8

Thanks for help ! It's work. :smiley:


#9

A post was split to a new topic: Where is the mistake?