Golf Holes strokes,par

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i think my code is good can anyone tell where im missing my step.

Your code so far


var names = ["Hole-in-one!", "Eagle", "Birdie", "Par", "Bogey", "Double Bogey", "Go Home!"];
function golfScore(par, strokes) {
// Only change code below this line
if (strokes === 1){
return "Hole-in-one!";
}else if (strokes <= (par === - 2 )){
return "Eagle";
}else if (strokes === (par - 1)){
return "Birdie";
}else if (strokes === (par)){
return "par";
}else if (strokes === (par + 1)){
return "Bogey";
}else if (strokes === (par + 2)){
return "Double Bogey";
}else if (strokes <= (par + 3)){
return "Go Home";
}
return "change me";
// Only change code above this line


golfScore(4, 2);

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solution solved by @lalithakash5
So in the code, I see you have kept a return statement to all the different names like Hole in one, etc the error is you have to keep the return statement to the names[1] names[2] name[3] name[4] name[5] name[6]
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This is not comparing what you think it is. Why is the === in there?

Capitalization matters!

I don’t think that you mean < here. This admonishment is intended for very large scores.

i looked at it …asuming it means [4,2] or [5,2]…nothing i do gives me a output.

You do not need double indexing anywhere in this code.

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this is not comparing what you think it is . Why you use === in there ?

i fixed all my code and i can get all the code to run but last one…it looks good but i cant find the flaw. the" Go Home"

What is your full current code? I suspect that your comparison is backwards if you didn’t flip the < above (though you should be able to just use an else)

i got it i was missing a ! sig thanku