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Quiz has been done, I'm looking for feedback!

Anything is welcomed as long as it's constructive! https://w.trhou.se/6fio6wxmwi

Thank you!

1 Answer

Nice work, however i have some suggestions. I don’t understand why u created the first 3 variables u can just use alert or display a p tag to inform the user what’s going on. you should use an multi demendional array or objects to store the question and the answer. for example if u decide to use arrays , the first index should be the question and the second one is the answer. after that u can loop through the multi-dimensional array and check if the user input is equal the the answer which stored in index 2

another suggestion is instead of using || to check different variations of user input u can just use the method includes() which check if for example the word 2003 is in the user input.

you can also use the new es6 template literal to concatenate.

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Just note that while es6 template literals have pretty good support, they are not supported in IE and some mobile browsers.