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### Re: javascript mission 3

Posted: Sat Mar 14, 2009 11:47 am
This one just takes a little thinking/problem solving first.

### Re: javascript mission 3

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 9:41 am
T3cHniC wrote:
Llamallama wrote:ok i sorta undersand do i have to give the length of the number that moo = but i put in the length of the number that = moo and its not working im confused? i read all the posts

ok so do the math. what does moo equal? make sure it is correct. double and triple check however you please. on Root this Box it says "The actual password doesn't matter as long as the length is ok." the password is being compared to moo. so...what does moo equal? think. i know it sucks it took me about 3 hours to finally figure out. no lie.

"The actual password doesn't matter as long as the length is ok."
Thats it, If you just read that line it just makes sence why the numbers aren't accepted by the script.
Thank you so much for the tip/answer.

### Re: javascript mission 3

Posted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 11:47 am
OK, look. Some people say that you don't have to do the math, don't listen to them. You DO need to find the value of moo. Upon submitting ('onClick') 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?

### Re: javascript mission 3

Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 6:51 pm
there is an easier way here. i don't wanna spoil, so i just ask a question, have you tried the javascript based basic missions?

### Re: javascript mission 3

Posted: Tue Apr 07, 2009 10:03 am
does the order of operations(basic math term learned in 6th grade) apply to each line? And by order of operations I mean parentheses, exponents, multiplication/division, addition/subtraction. And also, when they say foo % 8 do they mean foo percent of 8 or 8 percent of foo?

### Re: javascript mission 3

Posted: Sat May 02, 2009 2:58 am
adihaliem wrote:I hope this is not a spoiler, but if it is, then please edit
For example :
if you get moo=8, doesn't mean 8=1 character, so the answer is 1.
but the answers can be any number depending on "x.length == moo"

lols.. this 1 really helps..xD

### Re: javascript mission 3

Posted: Mon May 04, 2009 12:29 am
wua1988 wrote:
adihaliem wrote:I hope this is not a spoiler, but if it is, then please edit
For example :
if you get moo=8, doesn't mean 8=1 character, so the answer is 1.
but the answers can be any number depending on "x.length == moo"

lols.. this 1 really helps..xD

huaaaaaaaa, really helps alot
feel like banging my head now

### Re: javascript mission 3

Posted: Sat May 23, 2009 1:05 am
this just dosn't make sense to me, i've done the caluculations a dozen times, it should work out.... also, if the chunk of script it shows you says alert("fail" D:) then why do you get the "wrong password, try again" alert when you get the answer wrong?

### Re: javascript mission 3

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 3:14 pm
renember it says "incorrect password" not "fail D:"
so find the code it is using
i just completed this one
and it is more confusing than anything else

### Re: javascript mission 3

Posted: Sat Jun 13, 2009 8:54 pm
SERIOUSLY,!! Yes im a noob! No i don't want solvers! Solvers don't learn you anything, now i want to work as a security auditer and i take my learning very seriously, Now for those people who just want to come onto the sight and learn a few quick tricks to hack sights unfortunatly "IT WONT WORK IN REAL LIFE AND YOU WILL BE DISAPOINTED" The real way is to choose something you particually like within web based apps and code and read it thoroughly, i have read an entire course on javascript just so i could do missions one and two, but i now have knowledge which will help me loads. BTW the website is http://www.javascriptmall.com really good site for learning jscript. Now i must admit i was even confused by this one and the reason been was that these calculations do not work well in a calculator, (well at least i found) the best way to crack the code is to program it yourself, right the same code she has in notepad++ which is supplied from this site, code the variables up to the point you need them and at the end of the script use the document.write(moo) command , then hold ctrl+shift+alt+X and it will load the code you have just made in firefox which WA-LA! you get the clue to the answer and ill let you work it out from there good programming pps.

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