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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Multiple Items with Arrays Build a Quiz Challenge, Part 1

Alexandra Wakefield
Alexandra Wakefield
1,866 Points

My Solution! What Do You Think?

var questions = [
  ["What is the name of the first of the three thoracic segments of an insect?",
  ["What is the name of tongue-like structure that molluscs use to scrape up food?",
  ["What is the fibrous protein that makes up many sponge frameworks?",
  ["What is the pincher-like appendage that some crustaceans and arachnids have?",
  ["What is the name of the beak of a bivalve?",

var rightAnswer = "";
var wrongAnswer = "";

//Asking the questions from above and recording if their answers are coreect or not.

for(j = 0; j < questions.length; j++) {
  var answer = prompt(questions[j][0]);
  var questionNum = j + 1;
  if(answer.toLowerCase() === questions[j][1]) {
    rightAnswer += "<ol>" + questionNum + ".) " + questions[j][0] +
    "<ul>Your Answer = " + answer + "</ul>" + "</ol>";
  } else {
    wrongAnswer += "<ol>" + questionNum + ".) " + questions[j][0] +
    "<ul>Your Answer = " + answer + "</ul>" +
    "<ul>Correct Answer = " + questions[j][1] + "</ul>" + "</ol>";

function printAnswers(message) {

printAnswers("<h2><b>Questions Answered Correctly</b></h2>" + "<list>" + rightAnswer + "</list>");
printAnswers("<h2><b>Questions Answered Incorrectly</b></h2>" + "<list>" + wrongAnswer + "</list>");

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,670 Points

I think you got it, mostly. :smile:

Functional, concise, and readable. Good job! :+1:

You only have some minor HTML structure/syntax issues:

  • the direct child elements of lists (either ol or ul) should all be list items (li).
  • I don't think "<list>" is a real HTML tag.

It doesn't look like you really need lists here, just a bit of indentation. You could use <blockquote> tags or a bit of CSS styling to get the effect you want.

Alexandra Wakefield
Alexandra Wakefield
1,866 Points

Thank you!

Haha, you're totally right, <list> is definitely not an HTML tag, but [list] is a BBCode one and I think I accidentally mixed the two.