I don't know what this syntax message error means what am I doing wrong?
HERE'S THE QUESTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS:
So far we've learned about three data types:
strings (e.g. "dogs go woof!")
numbers (e.g. 4, 10)
booleans (e.g. false, 5 > 4)
Now let's learn more about comparison operators.
List of comparison operators:
< Less than
<= Less than or equal to
= Greater than or equal to
=== Equal to
!== Not equal to
Try to use each of the operators above.
Choose the correct comparison operator to make each of the four statements print out true.
When you use the .length, the value that is returned is a number. Therefore, when you enter something like "Jenny".length === 5;, the computer is evaluating whether the number of letters in Jenny is equal to 5.
HERE'S MY CODE:
// Here is an example of using the greater than (>) operator.
console.log(15 > 4); // 15 > 4 evaluates to true, so true is printed.
// Fill in with >, <, === so that the following print out true:
console.log("Xiao Hui".length 122);
console.log("Goody Donaldson".length 8);
HERE'S MY ERROR MESSAGE:
Oops, try again. There was a problem with your syntax.
AND MY ANSWER IS:
"frog".length === 4;