Roman Numeral Converter question about my if statements

How can I make it so that my function goes through all my if statements not just one
if(myNum.length ===2){
myNum[0] = numToRoman[10]
if(myNum.length ===3){
myNum[0] = numToRoman[100]
if(myNum.length ===4){
myNum[0] = numToRoman[1000]
so that it goes through that until it finds the correct if statement. As of right now I am just getting undefined in the console.

**Your code so far**
function convertToRoman(num) {
let myNum = num.toString().split("").map(Number)
let numToRoman ={1:"I", 2:"II", 3:"III", 4:"IV",5:"V",6:"VI",7:"VII",8:"VIII",9:"IX", 10:"X",40:"XL",50:"L",90:"XC",100:"C",400:"CD",500:"D",900:"CM", 1000:"M"}

  if(myNum.length ===2){
  myNum[0] = numToRoman[10]
  if(myNum.length ===3){
  myNum[0] = numToRoman[100]
  if(myNum.length ===4){
  myNum[0] = numToRoman[1000]



if(myNum[myNum.length-1] >5 && myNum[myNum.length-1] <9){
myNum[myNum.length-1] = numToRoman[[myNum[myNum.length-1]]]
}
if(myNum[myNum.length-1] === 9){
myNum[myNum.length-1] = numToRoman[[myNum[myNum.length-1]]] 
}   
}
} 
return myNum.join("")
} 
}

console.log(convertToRoman(1900));
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Challenge: Roman Numeral Converter

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If I format your code, it looks suspicious:

function convertToRoman(num) {
  let myNum = num.toString().split("").map(Number)
  let numToRoman = { 1: "I", 2: "II", 3: "III", 4: "IV", 5: "V", 6: "VI", 7: "VII", 8: "VIII", 9: "IX", 10: "X", 40: "XL", 50: "L", 90: "XC", 100: "C", 400: "CD", 500: "D", 900: "CM", 1000: "M" }

  if (myNum.length === 2) {
    myNum[0] = numToRoman[10]
    if (myNum.length === 3) {
      myNum[0] = numToRoman[100]
      if (myNum.length === 4) {
        myNum[0] = numToRoman[1000]



        if (myNum[myNum.length - 1] > 5 && myNum[myNum.length - 1] < 9) {
          myNum[myNum.length - 1] = numToRoman[[myNum[myNum.length - 1]]]
        }
        if (myNum[myNum.length - 1] === 9) {
          myNum[myNum.length - 1] = numToRoman[[myNum[myNum.length - 1]]]
        }
      }
    }
    return myNum.join("")
  }
}

console.log(convertToRoman(1900));

In what way is it suspicious?

This condition is inside of this condition:

Will those ever both be true at the same time?

No they will not. That’s what I was thinking.

looks like it works with this format

if(myNum.length ===2){
      myNum[0] = numToRoman[10]
      }
      if(myNum.length ===3){
      myNum[0] = numToRoman[100]
      }
      if(myNum.length ===4){
      myNum[0] = numToRoman[1000]
      }

I’ve edited your post for readability. When you enter a code block into a forum post, please precede it with a separate line of three backticks and follow it with a separate line of three backticks to make it easier to read.

You can also use the “preformatted text” tool in the editor (</>) to add backticks around text.

See this post to find the backtick on your keyboard.
Note: Backticks (`) are not single quotes (').

Formatted normally:

if (myNum.length === 2) {
  myNum[0] = numToRoman[10]
}
if (myNum.length === 3) {
  myNum[0] = numToRoman[100]
}
if (myNum.length === 4) {
  myNum[0] = numToRoman[1000]
}