Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 157

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We don’t want a player’s only weapon to break. The logical AND operator checks if two statements are true.

Use the logical AND operator && to add a second condition to your if statement. The player’s weapon should only break if inventory.length does not equal (!==) one.

Your code so far

if (Math.random() <= 0.1 && inventory.length !== 1) {
text.innerText += " Your " + inventory.pop() + " breaks.";
currentWeapon–;
}

i keep getting a response that says i shouldnt modify my existing if statement. How am i suppose to get it done without modifying the if statement?

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Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 157

if (Math.random() <= .1 && inventory.length !== 1) {

original code is .1 you have 0.1
could be as simple as that.

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