JavaScript -- French -- 3.Literally Speaking [French version]

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#1

https://www.codecademy.com/courses/javascript-beginner-fr-FR-y2vdo/0/3

Hi there :hamburger:

I think there is a problem with the french version of "Litteraly Speaking".
What we have at the beginning:
`var jules = {
job: "developpeur",
fiance: false,
parle: function( ) {

}

};

jules.parle("super");
jules.parle("pas mal");`

Then, we have to put on console:
"Salut, je me sens très bien" and "Salut, je ne me sens pas trop mal"

So, the only way to do that, is that kind of code:
`var jules = {
job: "developpeur",
fiance: false,
parle: function(mood) {
if(mood === "super"){
console.log("Salut, je me sens très bien");
}else{
console.log("Salut, je ne me sens pas trop mal");
}
}
};

jules.parle("super");
jules.parle("pas mal");`

Obviously, it doesn't work. I feel bad.

Following the english version example, I also did that:
`var jules = {
job: "developpeur",
fiance: false,
parle: function(mood) {
console.log("Salut, je me sens" +" "+ mood);
}
};

jules.parle("super");
jules.parle("pas mal");`

And it doesn't work too. Sure, it expects the correct strings at the end.
I did it on about 30+ times by various means.
:warning: I think many people don't (didn't, won't) take the time to report this kind of problems.
It's very frustrating, and I'll stop codeacademy, 'cause too many time lost. :broken_heart:
Of course, if I turn into english version of codeacademy, I lose all my progress. No way ! Bad... bad, bad. :crying_cat_face:


#2

@nomnomburgerz,
google search
developpeur site:codecademy.com

https://www.codecademy.com/forum_questions/54afcd8e51b88768a3000fc7


#3

Thank you, this hack is OK to validate this point.