FAQ: Logical Operators - Logical OR Operator

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Hi I am confused about exercise 2, where it was asked to compare midnight and date to print a message,

how does it makes a difference if i have used date and midnight than midnight and date

let midnight = true 
let date = "January 1, 2020"

// Write your code below 🎊

if midnight && date == "January 1, 2020" {
  print("It's the start of a new decade!")


let midnight = true 
let date = "January 1, 2020"

// Write your code below 🎊

if date == "January 1, 2020" && midnight {
  print("It's the start of a new decade!")

I had written my code as 2) but the script tool failed my attempts.

This is how a made it.