FAQ: JavaScript Promises - Consuming Promises

This community-built FAQ covers the “Consuming Promises” exercise from the lesson “JavaScript Promises”.

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The lesson says:

If the appropriate handler is not provided, instead of throwing an error, .then() will just return a promise with the same settled value as the promise it was called on.

But when I tried it in Node, I just get an error: UnhandledPromiseRejection

let person = '';

const prom = new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
    if (person) {
    } else {

const handleSuccess = (resolvedValue) => {

const handleFailure = (rejectedReason) => {


What’s going on?