Chris HendricksFront End Web Development Techdegree Student 1,926 Points
Different code, but same result.
My code was not the same as in the video. I am guessing that although this code works, it is probably not best practice? (ah I was so happy my program worked too, lol).
var adjective = prompt("Please type an adjective"); var verb = prompt("Please type a verb"); var noun = prompt("Please type a noun"); alert("You're all done!"); var story = "You were walking through the forest and saw " + adjective + " " + verb + " " + noun; document.write(story);
Steven Parker182,307 Points
In programming, there's rarely only one solution to any challenge. The more complex the task, the more ways there will be to solve it. Getting the correct result is at least 90% of a good solution.
The remaining 10% of "best practice" is ease of reading/maintaining, code compactness, and running efficiency. As you gain experience you will become able to evaluate those criteria as well.
But this short example seems to hit all the marks, good job!