Week 2 – Blog Post

Blog Questions: How can you use “falsey-ness” to determine if a string value can be coerced to a number? Why does this work? What is “type coercion” anyway? Falsey-ness can be used to test if a value is true or false. This can be done in the developer console. Coercion is the process of converting […]

Week #3: Tutorials + JS Functions Problem Set + Blog Question.

Tutorials: functions-examples.html / functions-examples.js functions-problem-set.html / functions-problem-set.js scope-example.html / scope-example.js Problem Set: random-color.html / random.color.js game.html / game.js falling-down-stairs.html / falling-down-stairs.js climb-mountain.html / climb.mountain.js Blog Question: Describe the difference between declaring a function and calling a function. Give an example in a code snippet using Enlighter. Have your example use an argument. A function is […]

JS Basics Functions + Prblem set !!

Hey guys, You can find the directory for the js basic functions here. functions-examples.html / functions-examples.js functions-problem-set.html / functions-problem-sets.js scope-example.html / scope-example.js The problem set here random-color.html / random-color.js game.html / game.js falling-down-stairs.html / falling-down-stairs.js climbing-the-mountain.html / climbing-the-mountain.js declaring and calling a function are to different things when you declare a function you are basically creating a set of instructions that have “no real purpose”… when you call the […]

[WEEK #3] – 10 JavaScript Basics – Functions + Problem Sets + Blog Question

Hey guys. This week was pretty light on me because I know what functions are and I have worked with these before in different languages. The only thing that stumped me up was the random-color problem set. I had trouble with how to properly generate a random number between 0 and 255 that also included […]

Week #2: Tutorials + JS Control Flow Problem Set.

Tutorials: Here is a link to this week’s tutorial exercises. Problem Set: feelings.html/feelings.js running.html/running.js weather.html/weather.js fizzbuzz.html/fizzbuzz.js guessing-game.html/guessing-game.js stairs.html/stairs.js Blog Questions Use the code insert tool and provide examples to answer these two questions. Use JS comment syntax to describe your example. How can you use “falsey-ness” to determine if a string value can be coerced […]

dev1 – JS Basics, Control Flow

DIRECTORY bouncer.html / bouncer.js age-exercise.html / age-exercise.js number-guess.html / number-guess.js while-loops.html / while-loops.js annoy-o-matic.html / annoy-o-matic.js for-loops.html / for-loops.js problem set directory feeling.html / feeling.js running.html / running.js weather.html / weather.js fizzbuzz.html / fizzbuzz.js guess.html / guess.js stairs.html / stairs.js mountain.html / mountain.js Problem Set: Falsy-ness is often used to check whether a given piece of data is a certain data type ( String or Int). in order to change a for loop into a while loop you need to have […]

[WEEK #2] – 09 JavaScript Basics – Control Flow + Problem Sets + Blog Question

Hey guys. This week was pretty fun. I am actually enjoying this programming language more than others that I have learned. This week was not that challenging but one of the questions in the problem set made me use GooGle. I had to look up some new tools and resources for help. Tutorials Directory bouncer.html […]

Week 2- Off To A Great Start

Another week done another batch of work done here’s everything I have for this week Tutorials DirectoryBouncer.html / bouncer.Js Age-exercise.html / age-exercise Number-guess / number-guess While-loops.html / while-loops.js Annoy-o-matic.html / annoy-o-matic.js For-loops.html / For-loops.js Problem set DirectoryFeeling.html / Feeling.js Running.html / running.js Weather.html / weather.js Fizzbuzz.html / fizzbuzz.js (need work) Guess.html / guess.js Stairs.html / […]