Course Cannot See That I Provided the Requirement

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Course asks: “Did you write an else if statement for if the moonPhase is mostly new?” The answer is, “Yes, and it’s printing the right outputs, but I must have something you don’t like because you can’t see it.” :slight_smile:


var moonPhase = ‘full’;
moonPhase = ‘mostly new’;
if (moonPhase == ‘full’) {
} else if (moonPhase == ‘mostly full’) {
console.log(‘Arms and legs getting hairier’);
} else if (moonPhase == ‘mostly new’) {
console.log(‘Back on two feet’);
} else {
console.log(‘Invalid moon phase’);

Update: I finally told it to “Get Code” and ran it with the code provided by the class, and I get the same error.

Here is the screenshot of it failing with the official correct answer from the course:

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  • a copy of the code
  • a link to the exercise
  • your OS
  • the browsers you have tried

Thank you, for the prompt reply. Unfortunately, the guidance I get is that bug reporting is no longer available for the older courses, and it lists Javascript as one of those. That’s why I went to the community in the first place.

Interestingly, though, when I went back to the course yesterday, it actually got past that unit, went to the next stage. It then broke in an almost identical manner.

I think I need to bail on using it until someone has the bandwidth to do an audit of it. Something is a little off kilter.

Thanks, again, for getting back to me.


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