Order is important in `if`

, `else if`

statements.

The loop is executed from top to bottom so you will want to be careful of what statement comes first.

Take these two functions as an example.

Here's the first:

function foo(x) {

if (x < 1) {

return "Less than one";

} else if (x < 2) {

return "Less than two";

} else {

return "Greater than or equal to two";

}

}

And the second just switches the order of the statements:

function bar(x) {

if (x < 2) {

return "Less than two";

} else if (x < 1) {

return "Less than one";

} else {

return "Greater than or equal to two";

}

}

While these two functions look nearly identical if we pass a number to both we get different outputs.

foo(0) // "Less than one"

bar(0) // "Less than two"

Change the order of logic in the function so that it will return the correct statements in all cases.