17. Computers aren't that smart


17. Computers aren't that smart

if (10 === 10) {
console.log("You got a true!");
} else { 
console.log("you got a false!");

"Oops, try again. It looks like some of the syntax is still wonky! Check the Hint if you need help." is what its telling , by to my knowledge the code is correcT? why wont it log


Yeah youre right that your code is correct, but sometimes, we need to follow the instructions.

01. In line 1, fill in a condition that will evaluate to false
but you wrote:

your if statement evaluates to true, wherein the instruction says: your condition must evaluate to false.


Its a problem with Chrome i think, the code is correct and passes in firefox or IE.. just not chrome for some reason


I tried your code too and it passed. But when i looked at and read the instructions, i observed that your if statement evaluates to true wherein the instruction says your condition must evaluates to false. I think this lesson is a bug. But then when he program says you passed, then you can proceed to the next lesson :slight_smile: