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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Creating Reusable Code with Functions Introducing Functions

3 Answers

Matthew Long
Matthew Long
28,407 Points

There are a few differences in the code. First thing I notice is you're calling a function that doesn't exist. The function you made is alertrandom() but the function you call is alertRandom(). Math isn't capital either, and you're missing a semicolon, lastly there is a plus sign where there should be an equal sign.

You likely would have found these errors in your console if you check there!

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,708 Points

Missing a semicolon? Where?

Matthew Long
Matthew Long
28,407 Points

Sorry Steven I only answered because I saw your answer only fixed one of his issues, but you updated your answer and he's in good shape now! :)

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,708 Points

In random.js on line 1 you define "alertrandom" (with little "r") but on line 5 you call "alertRandom" (capital "R"). Then on line 2 there is a plus sign ("+") following the variable name where there should be an assignment operator ("="), and "Math" is spelled correctly one time but the next time it is "math" (little "m") instead.

Also, while not a syntax error, in index.html the script tag is inside a div element, but normally it would be the last thing in the body.