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JavaScript JavaScript Arrays Multidimensional Arrays Improve the Quiz – One Solution

David Shulkin
David Shulkin
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 7,292 Points

Here's how I did it, I added some of my own stuff for personal learning

const quizQuestions = [
  ['What program are you studying?', 'Front End Development'],
  ['What is the name of your bootcamp?', 'Treehouse'],
  ['When should you be done with your curriculum?', 'Four Months']

  let correct = 0;
  let incorrect = 0;
  let right = [' '];
  let wrong = [' '];

for ( i = 0; i < quizQuestions.length; i++ ) {
  let userInput = prompt(`${quizQuestions[i][0]}`);

    if (userInput.toLowerCase().includes(`${quizQuestions[i][1].toLowerCase()}`)) {
    right += `<li>${quizQuestions[i][0].slice(0)}</li>`;

  } else if (!userInput.toLowerCase().includes(`${quizQuestions[i][1].toLowerCase()}`)) {
    wrong += `<li>${quizQuestions[i][0].slice(0)}</li>`;

document.querySelector('main').innerHTML = `
<h1>You answered <strong>${correct}</strong> correctly</h1>

<h2>You got these questions right:</h2>

  <h2>You got ${incorrect} wrong:</h2>