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Solved the "duplicate values" and the "we don't have this student" challenge
Dave presented in the last 30 sec of this video about a problem with this code:
- What if more than one student has the same name?
- The program won't pop up an alert window if the user type a student that doesn't exist in the database, however it would be nice.
Finally I found a solution for both problem. I wonder if you could check is it nice/ok/stupid, etc., or if you have a better, shorter solution just share with me/us.
Here you can find my little program:
Steven Parker225,726 Points
It looks like you've accomplished the objectives, good job.
I can think of two suggestions:
- store names with normal casing, but convert them for comparing to make the search case-insensitive
- make the search work directly with the object array so a separate names array is not needed
Thanks, Steven for your quick help (as usual ??? ). Yes, finally I finished it :) However, I already started the first project in Techdegree so I would like to focus on that part, but I will get back to this code and correct it ASAP, because I would like to solve the case-sensitive thing and the search directly with object challenge.