Basic JavaScript - Use Multiple Conditional (Ternary) Operators

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All It’s good but the exercise doesn’t check like done.
Your code so far


function checkSign(num) {
return (num > 0) ? "Positive" : (num < 0) ? "Negative" :  "Zero"
}

checkSign(10);



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Challenge: Basic JavaScript - Use Multiple Conditional (Ternary) Operators

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Hello and welcome to the forum!

Your console should return this error:

// running tests
checkSign(10)
should return the string
positive
Note that capitalization matters

Your function is fine. The strings which it returns are not.

Check again your return string. “Positive” is not same string as “positive”.
Hope that will help you.

Regard

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