Pls any help, i'm stack under conditional (ternary) operator

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function checkEqual(a, b) {
return 1 === 2? "Equal" : "Not Equal";

checkEqual(1, 2);

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Challenge: Use the Conditional (Ternary) Operator

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Hello @ahmedhudu21 ,

How will your code behave if I pass your function 5 and 6? How will your function know that it should test 5 and 6 and not 1 and 2?

Hi Slimattcode
By defining the function :slight_smile:

OK, but could this function check anything else than 1 and 2? And how would it do that, if it could?

I still don’t get it, a bit lost

OK, no worries. Let’s look at the function. What are the a, b variables in the function for? Why are they there? What do they do? And are you using them in the body of your function?

The a variable is the condition whiles the b variable is the code to run,
in this case i’m asked to check if the two variables (a, b) are equal or not using the conditional operator.
I tried using the if/else statement after struggling with the condiotional operator but all same, not passing the test.

The condiotional operator is not the problem. How is your code checking for a and b if they are not used inside your code? Now you have hard coded in 1 and 2, and that’s the only numbers your code can handle. How can you fix that?

i finally passed it , i realized i left out the main function given
Thanks a lot @Slimattcode

Happy to help. Good luck.

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