wow, so good

good blesss.

• ###### MeltingOperacommented on "Reverse List Order" javascript solution

you can do this if you have exactly one parameter.

• ###### israeldelgadocommented on "Reverse List Order" javascript solution

cool , I did this the same way but put the 'list' parameter into parenthesis,dindn't know I could do it without it.

• ###### JCo822commented on "Sum The Strings" javascript solution

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• ###### Okyanusaydgncommented on "Name on billboard" javascript solution

good solving:)

same sol ^^

• ###### FreddoU8commented on "Is this my tail?" javascript solution

no substring ? wot´s this dark magic ?

So clever.

• ###### greenteaisgreatcommented on "Grasshopper - Grade book" javascript solution

To further clarify for those still confused on why passing in switch(value) doesn't work, it's because it's comparing a Boolean to a numerical one, which will always be false. Say our average is 95 and we're assigning that to a variable avg. If we try to pass in avg as the argument to the switch statement's parameter, this is essentially what is happening:

switch(avg) {              //avg == 95
case (avg >= 90):         //comparing 95 to true, which is false
return 'A';

(avg >= 90) is returning a Boolean. We'll never reach a switch statement that evaluates to true if we're passing in our avg variable as the argument. I hope this helps!

• ###### Miladepourcommented on "Is this my tail?" javascript solution

The idea is improving debugging skill!

• ###### rodrigoslayertechcommented on "Sum The Strings" javascript solution

This is Javascript haha

• ###### Reflections8commented on "Is this my tail?" javascript solution

If the "tail" has > 1 length?

• ###### just36commented on "Sum The Strings" javascript solution

что-то на церковном

• ###### ddavies90commented on "Sum The Strings" javascript solution

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