Taug wrote:I think I figured out what to do, done that and somehow its not working only I dont think I could ask my question here, because it could be a big spoiller.. (even though it has been mentioned several times on the forum..)
anyhow.. its not working, could a mod please mesage me?
_Kaiser wrote:I have to admit, this one was a real b****rd of a mission, but once you get it, you will look back and think... man, why didn't i see it?
I promise that I will try as hard as I can not to include spoilers, so if anyone sees a spoiler, PM me and ill edit it, or a Mod can change it if they think it is a spoiler, i dont mind. I want to help, not hinder. I've more regurgitated what others have said in a logical way rather than say anything new.
This is what you are given:
var foo = 5 + 6 * 7
var bar = foo % 8
var moo = bar * 2
var rar = moo / 3superkid68 wrote:Hints:
2. Get the browser to do the work
ex. type this into the address bar
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Taking superkid68's advice, get your algebra skills to work. Although, write it out character for character, and change 'a' and 'b' for foo, bar, etc. I find it helps, since if you have read this far into the forum, your head is obviously acheing from a massive headache. So, let's do it:
As you should realise, its filled with x's and the calculations arent correct. That's your job. I'm here to help, not give spoilers. I'm afraid I might have done too much already o.o Once you fix it up, paste it into your address bar, and you will get a message with your answer for moo!
Anyway, you now have moo (or atleast you should) so try to figure out "x.length == moo"
To give you a further push in the right direction, remember what ulcmid1 said:ulcimd1 wrote:You DO need to find the value of moo... the script compares the value of (x.length...the length of the x variable, as in how many digits are in the input box) to the value for moo. You are not comparing apples to apples, you are comparing the color of an apple, to the color of a picture of an apple...get it?
If you dont get it, think of it this way. One may be an apple and the other a photo, but their color is the same. Think about how that might indicate the link between moo and x.length.
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