In this task, I could not pass the 6th test, because I do not understand why it should output a string in the answer, whereas I should output boolean (link: Exercism)
TestChooseVehicle/ chooses Bugatti over Ford
2. Choose between two potential vehicles to buy
You evaluate your options of available vehicles. You manage to narrow it down to two options but you need help making the final decision. For that, implement the function
ChooseVehicle(option1, option2)that takes two vehicles as arguments and returns a decision that includes the option that comes first in lexicographical order.
vehicle := ChooseVehicle("Wuling Hongguang", "Toyota Corolla") // => "Toyota Corolla is clearly the better choice." ChooseVehicle("Volkswagen Beetle", "Volkswagen Golf") // => "Volkswagen Beetle is clearly the better choice."
The exercise pretty specifically says you should output a string. Why do you think it should return a boolean?
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I have noticed where my mistake. Thanks!