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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript (2015) Practice Project Project Overview

Vlad Legkowski
Vlad Legkowski
9,882 Points

Functional solution

Hate to admit but OOP is not my strongest side, so for all of those who are in the same boat...

function Question(text, choices, answer) {
    this.text = text;
    this.choices = choices;
    this.answer = answer;
let j = 0;
let score = 0;
function createQuestion () {
  if (j === questions.length) {
    document.querySelector('#quiz').innerHTML = `You answered ${score} questions correctly out of ${questions.length}`;
  } else {
    document.querySelector('#progress').innerHTML = `Question ${j+1} out of ${questions.length}`;
    document.querySelector('#question').innerHTML = questions[j].text;
    document.querySelector('#choice0').innerHTML = questions[j].choices[0];
    document.querySelector('#choice1').innerHTML = questions[j].choices[1];
document.addEventListener('click', e => {
  if (e.target.tagName !== 'BUTTON') { return; }
  if (e.target.tagName === 'BUTTON' && e.target.previousElementSibling.textContent === questions[j].answer) { score++; }