Use the Conditional Ternary Operator

Use the Conditional Ternary Operator
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#1

hello everyone.

Just asking because I did not see the answer anywhere. Therefore, the code below pass almost all the tasks of the challenger, however, the (1, -1) result is not matching with the code.

I am stuck.

Your code so far


function checkEqual(a, b) {
   
        return a>=b ? true : false;


}

checkEqual(1, 1);

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Link to the challenge:
https://learn.freecodecamp.org/javascript-algorithms-and-data-structures/basic-javascript/use-the-conditional-ternary-operator/


#2

Hello!
Looks like you’ve misunderstood the instructions. Here they are again:

Use the conditional operator in the checkEqual function to check if two numbers are equal or not. The function should return either true or false.

Notice it doesn’t say return true if the number is greater than. It wants only for you to compare for equality or not.

hope this helps!


#3

Oh my god, yes. I pass the lesson thanks. haha :joy: