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Quiet Rules problem (If statements)

Hello! I’m having a tough time getting the output “Obey the rules” for just Sunday out of all the days of the week in this code challenge. Any help is much appreciated!

12/22/2020 2:01:08 PM

Nick Carothers

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Nick Carothers show your attempt

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if (day1 == day) { console.log(rules) ; } day is the input And also it will be == and not =

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Nick Carothers give an MWE https://www.sololearn.com/post/75089/?ref=app

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Nick Carothers give an MWE https://www.sololearn.com/post/75089/?ref=app

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Nick Carothers I was not saying to you. I said to md saif who was spamming in QA.

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Okay cool just wondering. Thank you!

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hmmm I tried that and it still didnt work

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I’m not spamming. Just trying to figure out a problem. Was that directed towards me or someone else?

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Finally got it! Thanks for the help!

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Hi Darryl. Since the day variable equals all the days, and the rules variable equals “obey the rules”, I created a Sunday variable which equals ‘Sunday’. i then used an if statement to compare the Sunday variable to the day variable, then console.log(). I don’t want to give it away. Find out which comparison operator between Sunday and day, and what I put in the console.log() to solve the problem. Hopefully this helps some!

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function main() { var day = readLine(); var rules = 'Obey the rules'; // Your code goes here var day1 = 'Sunday' if (day1 = rules); console.log(rules); }

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i could use some assistance on this one too

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yes i figured it out and was easier than i thought

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