If -Else satatement (Behavior)

let weather = {
  paris: {
    temp: 19.7,
    humidity: 80
  tokyo: {
    temp: 17.3,
    humidity: 50
  lisbon: {
    temp: 30.2,
    humidity: 20
  "san francisco": {
    temp: 20.9,
    humidity: 100
  oslo: {
    temp: -5,
    humidity: 20

I need this code to do the following:
“Enter a city” (example: Paris), alert “It is currently 19°C (66°F) in Paris with a humidity of 80%”

If the city doesn’t exist in the object (i.e: Sydney), alert "Sorry, we don’t know the weather for this city.

Firstly, welcome to the forums.

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Thank you for the curriculum link. I will come back If I hav any questions.TY

create a function that takes the city as props and after that search for the hasOwnProperty method in objects…Also search for the algorithm that converts celsius to fahreneit

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