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Archie Guevelian4,085 Points
brackets.io throws unnecessary errors
Hi, any idea why brackets.io is throwing me unnecessary errors while this basic code seems to be fine and working?
JSLint 'prompt' was used before it was defined. var a = prompt('write something'); document.write can be a form of eval. document.write(a);
ESLint ERROR: 'prompt' is not defined. [no-undef] var a = prompt('write something'); ERROR: 'document' is not defined. [no-undef] document.write(a);
Not sure what does this mean, and obviously I am pretty new to all this so thanks for patience.
Steven Parker227,141 Points
The same thing would happen if you ran a program with "prompt" or "document" in it using node.js.