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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by pmichaelh on Thu Jun 19, 2008 11:37 pm
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people are saying that you dont have to do the math, but im pretty sure that you do. make sure that you do it correctly. google it even or something. like everyone else has already said, you need to find the length of moo. that is what it is comparing, not the value of it.
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by root4w on Sun Jun 22, 2008 9:08 pm
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Ok man, just let the JS do the mat, and look closer to the length
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by yodaddy522 on Tue Jun 24, 2008 4:21 pm
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Lol I feel so stupid I had all the values figured out, but I was comparing password link to the length of moo...but then it just kinda hit me that I was looking at it slightly wrong :D
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by superkid68 on Fri Jun 27, 2008 5:53 pm
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Hints:
    1. Do not take the last part of code literally, length means nothing, just look at it as text.
    2. Get the browser to do the work
    ex. type this into the address bar
    Code: Select all
    javascript: var a=1+1; var b=a*2; alert(b)
    you should get 4
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by PlainJane14 on Sun Jun 29, 2008 8:02 pm
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I know th answer. I was actually directed to a page that straight out told me the password, but the thing is that there is that the html code linked to the "Check Password" box that tells you incorrect password no matter what you put in. I pretty sure you have to change something about it but I have no idea what specifically. If this helps anyone please tell me.
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by Dethnull on Tue Jul 01, 2008 12:59 am
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you know its funny .. i tried for about 30 min to get this.. its so simple .. its in plain site.. for everyone that checks this .. you NEED to pay attention to x.length.. and still do your math kids!!.. got to think.. x.LENGTH == MOO.. get moo and then keep an eye on length.
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by spwn on Wed Jul 02, 2008 5:11 am
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lol deathknull youre so right. At first i didn't see it either. but its soooo simple...
When i read the number wich was ___ lol did you really think i was gonna tell.. hahaha..

Just so you know, there are probably more than 999 answers. And thats a hint!!
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by ShijeFace on Thu Jul 10, 2008 1:05 pm
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spwn wrote:lol deathknull youre so right. At first i didn't see it either. but its soooo simple...
When i read the number wich was ___ lol did you really think i was gonna tell.. hahaha..

Just so you know, there are probably more than 999 answers. And thats a hint!!

There are more than 999 answers. There are thousands.
Common sense really isn't that common.
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by 134xt3r on Sat Jul 12, 2008 3:11 am
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grot3sq wrote:yes i know... but i get moo = 11,75 i think something like that...
and if i type it, it says its wrong... o.O


You need to read up on JavaScript math, the standard math operations are completely different.
eg. % means division remainder... meaning that 78%8 = 6 (78/8 is 9 and 8X9 = 72 so 78 minus 72 is 6!)
If you need to know more, like what "==" means then click these links:

http://www.w3schools.com/js/js_operators.asp

http://www.w3schools.com/js/js_comparisons.asp
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Re: javascript mission 3

Post by tph23 on Tue Jul 15, 2008 1:08 am
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This is kind of a spoiler and I hope it doesn't confuse you.


Sar=5

If the length of Sar is 5, the password could be 11111 or ggggg or 15429 or etc.
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