Bug? computers are smart 15/28


if ("first road is bad dont go".length >= 2 )
console.log("Let's go down the first road!");
console.log("Im going down the other road haha")


my code evaluates to true and lets me pass even though the instructions tell me to make it "false"


You have modified the code a bit more than the test anticipates.. working as intended pretty much.


The if condition is passing as true because the length of the string "first road is bad dont go" is >= 2. To make the condition false you would need to replace the comparison operator with either a <= or <.