Conclusion part 2


#1

i can't figure it out
// Not sure where to begin? Check the Hint!
if(true) {"Francisco"}
console.log("Francisco".length)===8
}else{
console.log(4*3===12);
}


#2

If you post a link to the exercise and the instructions, someone will help you.


#3

Break it down line by line, asking,

"what does this line do?"

"What does this line do? Does it raise an error?"

"Is this line raising an exception or syntax error?"

"What does this line log?"


#4

Instructions
Write your own if / else statement.
The only instruction is that the result of evaluating the statement is a log to the console of "I finished my first course!".


#5

this is the intruction


#6

We don't see this reflected at all in your original code. Suggest Reset and start over.

Begin by blocking the structure so you know the brackets (braces) are all in the correct place:

if (  ) {

}
else {

}

Next fill in the condition, and the console.log statements as apply.


#7

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