Calling compare function incorrectly


#1

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What if choice1 is scissors?

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Make sure to call your compare function with userChoice and computerChoice as the arguments!

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var compare=function(choice1,choice2)
{if (choice1===choice2)
return “The result is a tie!”
else if ( choice1===“rock”)
{ if( choice2===“scissors”)
{return “rock wins”;}
else
{return"paper wins";}}
else if (choice1===“paper”)
{if (choice2===“rock”)
{return “paper wins”;}
else {return “scissors wins”}}
else if (choice1===“scissors”)
{ if (choice2===“rock”)
{return “rock wins”;}
else {return “scissors wins”}}}
compare(“paper”,“scissors”)

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#2

Hi you should call your function compare with userChoice and computerChoice


#3

Please provide a syntax example how should I call that function…just an example by taking any random choice of userChoice and computerChoice


#4

can you post all your code?


#5

Okay sorry…got it…I was just doing blunder…by putting in value of user choice like compare(“rock”,computerChoice)…Now i got it I had to put userChoice instead of rcok…It happens…my bad