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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Simplify Repetitive Tasks with Loops A Closer Look at Loop Conditions

Only header is being displayed.

Even when I copy the exact code that has been provided, I only get the header in the browser, both in Chrome as well as Firefox. Can you tell where I might be going wrong, to display the document.write function in the web page. Thanks for your time.

can you past your code here so that we can see exactly what you are doing?

Mark VonGyer
Mark VonGyer
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Kelvin Atawura

Hi Kelvin! Do you remember me? :)

Mark recuritor from Leeds?

Mark VonGyer
Mark VonGyer
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That's the one! :)

I'm making a move into development now!

That's nice to know. You got my email so defo get in touch something to collaborate on some projects if you are interested

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Sometimes the workspace needs to be reloaded. This has happened to me a few times. Hope thats it!

Here is the code. Check carefully I misspell allot and causes me issues:

var upper = 10000; var randomNumber = getRandomNumber(upper); var guess; var attempts = 0;

function getRandomNumber(upper) { return Math.floor( Math.random() * upper ) + 1; } while (guess !== randomNumber){ guess = getRandomNumber(upper); attempts += 1; } document.write("<p> The random number was " + randomNumber +"</p>") document.write("<p> It took the computer " + attempts + " attempts to get it right </p>")