Simplifying Promises in JavaScript

var promiseFunction = new Promise(function(resolve, reject){  const flag = "True";
if( flag == "True" )
{resolve();}

else
{reject();}
});
promiseFunction.then(function() {console.log('Promise Accepted');}).catch(function () {console.log('Promise Rejected');});

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