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    resolved [RESOLVED] Help with homework? D:

    I'm so stressed out, I have almost no idea how to do any of this stuff and my teacher says I have until tonight at 12 o'clock to get AT LEAST a D or else I have to pay and take the class all over again!
    http://www.pgrocer.net/Cis17/assign/JSloopsF13.html

    this is the current assignment I'm trying to get done, I have 1 and 2 finished with help from a very nice guy in class but I have NO IDEA how to approach or do the last 3.
    Can anyone point me in the right direction? I'm seriously so lost, I just want to get this course over with.
    Thank you SO much for anyone who goes out on a limb to try and help me, I seriously appreciate it so much.

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    Question 3, from what I can make out of it :P

    Code:
    <script type="text/javascript">
    
    	var
    		product_amount = 19900,
    		i;
    
    	document.write('Starting Price: $' + (product_amount / 100).toFixed(2), '<br /><br />');
    	for (i = 0; i < 4; ++i) {
    
    		product_amount *= 0.9;
    		document.write('Day ' + (i + 1) + ' - $' + (product_amount / 100).toFixed(2), '<br />');
    
    	}
    
    </script>
    Output

    Starting Price: $199.00

    Day 1 - $179.10
    Day 2 - $161.19
    Day 3 - $145.07
    Day 4 - $130.56
    JavaScript: Learn | Validate | Compact | bionoid

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    You're the best, seriously.
    Thank you SO SO SO much.

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    Question 4, you can say if it's right or not:

    Code:
    <script type="text/javascript">
    
    	var
    		total_amount = 0, weeks = 0, amount;
    
    	while (total_amount < 500) {
    		amount = parseFloat('0' + prompt('Please enter amount', 0), 10);
    		if (amount <= 200) {
    			total_amount += amount;
    			weeks++;
    		} else {
    			alert('Please do not enter amounts above 200');
    		}
    	}
    	alert('It took ' + weeks + ' weeks for a total of $' + Number(total_amount).toFixed(2));
    
    </script>
    Question 5 isn't that hard to do... but they say it should conform to the style you were taught. Believe me I won't be writing in that style :P
    Last edited by bionoid; 12-12-2013 at 12:57 PM.
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    THANK YOU.
    They are perfect and work great, and I understand. I'm sure to someone like you who knows this stuff inside out that the "style" we are being taught is probably very tedious or unnecessary haha.
    I can definitely try to figure out the rock paper scissors on my own, but thank you SO much for the other two. Really.

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    Do as much as you can with question 5, and come show us what you come up with. At least then the "style" factor would be present in the code to further assist you if you still required it.

    This game has been requested beforehand though, so some inspiration to start:

    Rock Paper Scissors
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