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Hi there everyone!
Brand new to this kind of computing - as might be apparent as Im stuck already a few minutes into exercise one I hope I linked it okay. Under part 4; Booleans Im being asked to find out if “Im coding like a champ” has a length greater than 10. Its length is 23. I can see that in the preview screen on the right… but I don’t know how to put the query or statement of 23 > 10 in - I keep getting asked to check if its greater than 10, so Im thinking Im leaving out quotes or something when I right 23 > 10.
Any help greatly appreciated! Thanks a million, love from Ireland!
document.write( "I'm coding like a champ".length ); ( 23 > 10 ) Oops, try again. Check if "I'm coding like a champ".length is greater than 10 characters. https://www.codecademy.com/courses/animate-your-name/1/4#