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rmagicflo
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Default Lab 2 done - 02-22-2015, 12:00 PM

Lab 2 was not very hard until the If statement with three "yes". I was lost until I asked the instructor. He provided this:

var cont = 1
while (cont==1)
{
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var resp = prompt("Do you want to continue?");
if (resp=="YES" or resp=="Yes" or resp=="yes")
{
cont=1
}
else
{
cont=0
}
}//end while[/SIZE]

Thank you. I understand a little more everyday.
   
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Default ITSE-1429_RL_reply- lab2 - 02-26-2015, 06:34 AM

I wish their was a select case syntax in Alice. I am using three if statements to do the trick. I think nesting the if statements is harder in Alice then C++\C. Maybe it just because I am more used to coding with it then Alice. Good Job!
   
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Default 06-24-2015, 02:02 AM

this helped me a lot, thanks for sharing
   
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