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JavaScript JavaScript Arrays Multidimensional Arrays Build a Quiz Challenge – One Solution

Micah Angelica Baguio
Micah Angelica Baguio
3,409 Points

Build a Quiz Challenge

It won't display the "correct answers or responses" after. It's just completely blank

const questions = [ ['What is the nearest planet towards the Sun?', 'Mercury'], ['What is the second nearest planet towards the sun?', 'Venus'], ['What is the third nearest planet towards the sun?', 'Earth'], ['Name of the planet next to planet Earth', 'Mars']


// 1. Create a multidimensional array to hold quiz questions and answers

// 2. Store the number of questions answered correctly

let correctAnswers = 0; /*

  1. Use a loop to cycle through each question

    • Present each question to the user
    • Compare the user's response to answer in the array
    • If the response matches the answer, the number of correctly answered questions increments by 1 */ for ( let i = 0; i < questions.length; i++ ) { let question = questions[i] [0]; let answer = questions[i] [1]; let response = prompt(question);

    if ( response === answer ) { correctAnswers++; } }

// 4. Display the number of correct answers to the user

let html = <h1>You got ${correctAnswers} question(s) correct</h1> ;

document.querySelector('main').innerHTMl = html;

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,005 Points

There's just a little typo on the last line where the code has "innerHTMl" (with a lower case "l") instead of "innerHTML".

For future reference, you might want to take a look at this video about Posting a Question, and also this one about sharing a snapshot of your workspace. And for when code must be added to a post instead of using a snapshot, see this video about using Markdown formatting to preserve the code's appearance.