This is hard and confusiing why nt work

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Your code so far


function testLogicalOr(val) {
// Only change code below this line

if (val > 10 || 20 < val ) {
  return "Outside";
}


// Only change code above this line
return "Inside";
}

testLogicalOr(15);

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Challenge: Comparisons with the Logical Or Operator

Link to the challenge:

  1. val should be inserted before the operator on both sides of ||
  2. if val is NOT between 10 and 20, so it should be LESS THAN ‘10’ or GREATER THAN 20.
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Well, your first point is more a convention than a requirement. Checking equality or comparison, the order is not as significant. Assignment, you’re absolutely right.

Your second point, though, is right. The expression as is asks “is val GREATER than 10 or greater than 20?”

Perhaps not, but the order will affect the condition that is being set.

val = 100;
if(val > 20) will always be true, but if(20 > val) will always be false, right?

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So then this should work?

  if (val < 10 || 20 > val  ) {
    return "Outside";
  }```
but it does not? why

no, this is true for val being 19, 18, 17… and below

you need a statement that is true for val being 21, 22, 23… and above

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you need this

if (val < 10 || val > 20) {                
  return "Outside";
} 

your code is

if (val > 10 || 20 < val ) {
  return "Outside";
} 

this

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It is great that you solved the challenge, but instead of posting your full working solution, it is best to stay focused on answering the original poster’s question(s) and help guide them with hints and suggestions to solve their own issues with the challenge.

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Thank you for understanding.

okay, i will do this in right way in future.

you are right. i will do this in right way in future.