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Once I run my project for test cases it fails on 2 cases, which pass without any problem when I manually check it. Could you please test the below project
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Challenge: Metric-Imperial Converter
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frame-runner.js:98 Error: expected '1.60934' to be a number
at eval (eval at <anonymous> (frame-runner.js:84), <anonymous>:24:11)
This is because your return value,
returnNum, should not be String but Number.
Since these 2 tests use the
assert.approximately(...) statement, returnNum is expected to be a number.
Ref. freeCodeCamp/curriculum/challenges/english/06-quality-assurance/quality-assurance-projects/metric-imperial-converter.md at 73e5c4d935578e76c01e0248a7e6d042c99fb52b · freeCodeCamp/freeCodeCamp · GitHub
Here is one of the workaround.
// Values can be converted to numbers using the Number() function.
returnNum = Number(returnNum);
The other test statements accept the string value (exp. “123”, “234”), so I think it would be nice that above 2 test explicitly convert the type (string to number)
Many thanks, just converting the return string to number solved the issue.
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