var multipleDetect = ' ';
var startingInteger = parseInt(document.getElementByID('startingInteger').value;
var endingInteger = parseInt(document.getElementByID('endingInteger').value;
upperBounds seems not to be defined ? The link is not right ?
10-28-2012, 02:56 PM
How would I define upperbounds?? Hey if it is ok, I'll send you some payment to payppal if you can help me out?
10-28-2012, 04:26 PM
If I could chime in here; please don't pay anyone to solve this minor problem for you. There will be many more to come, much more difficult than this. You'll end up bankrupting yourself!
Now, upperBounds is a variable that must be defined somewhere in your code. Defining a variable is as simple as doing this:
var upperBounds = 13;
Since you don't seem to know how to define a variable, I think it's safe to assume you didn't write the code. Therefore I would ask if there is more to this code than you've posted here? I don't know what upperBounds is supposed to be doing, but looking at the graphic, upperBounds seems to be the number 13. Perhaps simply pasting the above code into your file may work, I can't say.
Hey George thanks for the response. The issue is that I'm taking an eight week online course at my local college. I was with a tutor yesterday but I only had an hour with him and could not get everything figured out before I left him.The upper Bounds, is most likely not just 13. When you look at the image all those fields have to be filled in with random numbers that produce an unordered list. After working on this all day, I have decided to drop the class, so lets not worry about this.Thanks for the help
10-28-2012, 07:20 PM
You have only to pay 1 000 000 $ now ! Thanks !
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