Comparison Operators


#1

3.
Notice that since hungerLevel is 5, (hungerLevel > 7) evaluates to false, therefore the else's code block runs.

Now set the hungerLevel variable equal to 10, and run your code again.

var hungerLevel = 10;
if (hungerLevel > 7){
console.log('Time to Eat! ');
} else {
console.log('Let\'s eat later. ');
}

When I changed it to 10, I can't go to the next step.


#2

Hi Nikolay,

Something happened to your new topic template.

Link to exercise: https://www.codecademy.com/en/courses/learn-javascript/lessons/control-flow/exercises/comparison-operators

The first thing I would suggest is to use exactly the string that the exercise is expecting. Your false string, this:

'Time to Eat! '

is not exact.


#3

Thank You alot, I saw the mistake.


#4

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