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Random number js - it works but could i have done better?

Hi guy, great to be here. TeamTreeHouse rocks! :)

I would love to here a quick review from the more experienced programmers about how i did in this task.

The idea is to store a number from a user input, then to print a random number from 1 to that number. pa: It was quite a struggle to avoid getting a zero

Any quick review? thx :)

var userInput = parseInt(prompt('Please write a number'));

var userInputFinal = userInput + 1;

var one = 1;

var whatever = Math.ceil(Math.random() * (userInputFinal - one ));

document.write(whatever);

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Matthew Mariner
Matthew Mariner
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When it comes to comparing to other code, I would advise going ahead and giving StackOverFlow a quick search for your criteria. There's some good questions surrounding some core concepts of the JS language on there that will help you code better, especially using math.rand and parse.ints

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great, will do that, thanx :)