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Tim Acker
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Tim Acker
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 31,247 Points

Powerball Number Generator

I thought I'd share my first website. It's simple, but I'm rather proud of it. It generates quick pick numbers for the Powerball lottery which is played in most U.S. states. If you're lucky enough to win using my site, please send me a generous 'thank you' check! ;-)

https://w.trhou.se/o1330q4325

Steven Parker
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I'm sure that was a fun programming exercise to do, but from the the practical aspect of the ticket buyer, isn't asking the clerk for a "quick pick" easier? :smirk:

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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I'm not sure either is a challenge for the ticket buyer. :smirk:

Looks awesome! Would be a good project to put in a portfolio.

Only thing I would suggest is to add more explanatory comments to your main.js file. You've added comments to make it easier to see where functions end, but you've not explained what the code is actually doing. It would help other people understand it, as well as yourself when you come back to it at a later date.

Seriously good job though :)