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Nathaniel Nasarow
Nathaniel Nasarow
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how does my code look? (Javascript random number challenge)

Here is a link to my github : https://github.com/Torgian/random-number

and to run it http://torgian.github.io/random-number

I noticed that the teacher had a different method to parse the integers. I parsed them immediately when prompted, but I can see the reasoning to parsing them in a newly named variable.


As you get further in the JS Basics course you'll get some better ideas on how to make this program better. Your code looks great for where you are in the course! I did the same thing with the parseInt on the prompt.