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JavaScript Introducing the Practice

Devin Cushard
Devin Cushard
2,236 Points

Is my solution correct? - It worked for me but seems too confusing?

// Declare program variables var num1; var num2; var message;

//Announce the program alert("Let's do some math!");

//Collect numeric input num1 = prompt("Please type a number"); num1=parseFloat(num1);

num2=prompt("Please type a number"); num2=parseFloat(num2);

if (num2 === 0){ alert("You cannot divide by zero. Please reload and try again."); }

if (isNaN(num1)===true || isNaN(num2)){ alert("At least one of the values you typed is not a number. Reload and try again.");

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,891 Points

This seems OK so far, but what are you finding "too confusing"?

Also, did you look at the instructor's solution in the following video?