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06-30-12 11:31 PM
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starwars293 :

First off, don't set the width to 50%. Just get rid of the part where you stretch the image (background-size:100% 100%).

Second off, a text box is only a box with font in it. I'm not sure what you're saying the problem is.
starwars293 :

First off, don't set the width to 50%. Just get rid of the part where you stretch the image (background-size:100% 100%).

Second off, a text box is only a box with font in it. I'm not sure what you're saying the problem is.
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soxfan849 : No, you know the textbox that catfight09 has for his layout? Well, I don't have that textbox. Plus, it's unreadable to me.
soxfan849 : No, you know the textbox that catfight09 has for his layout? Well, I don't have that textbox. Plus, it's unreadable to me.
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This is very help full thanks for the guide dude! 
This is very help full thanks for the guide dude! 
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It's a shame that this thread hasn't been used for a long time. I am going to bump it because it could be a very helpful thread. I will be favoriting it, and answering any questions that people may have.
It's a shame that this thread hasn't been used for a long time. I am going to bump it because it could be a very helpful thread. I will be favoriting it, and answering any questions that people may have.
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i have just read a bit of the comments but i dont understand anything of it i can only program C and C++ ( i study it ) but maybe someone can try to help me with java it looks close to C ?
i have just read a bit of the comments but i dont understand anything of it i can only program C and C++ ( i study it ) but maybe someone can try to help me with java it looks close to C ?
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I have a java question can anyone attempt to debug this and tell me whats wrong?

var red = [0, 100, 63];
var orange = [40, 100, 60];
var green = [75, 100, 40];
var blue = [196, 77, 55];
var purple = [280, 50, 60];

var myName = "Batpig";
var lettercolors = [black, black, black, black, black];

if(10 < 3) {
bubbleShape = 'triangle';
}
else {
bubbleShape = 'circle';
}

drawName(myName, letterColors);
bounceBubbles();
I have a java question can anyone attempt to debug this and tell me whats wrong?

var red = [0, 100, 63];
var orange = [40, 100, 60];
var green = [75, 100, 40];
var blue = [196, 77, 55];
var purple = [280, 50, 60];

var myName = "Batpig";
var lettercolors = [black, black, black, black, black];

if(10 < 3) {
bubbleShape = 'triangle';
}
else {
bubbleShape = 'circle';
}

drawName(myName, letterColors);
bounceBubbles();
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Blubcreator : What should be the output of the code first? Are you sure you're asking about "Java" and not "Javascript"? They're totally different... but I'd assume it's Javascript since you're not using the variable types(ie. int, char, double, float... etc.) for initialization.

Also, can you post your whole code for this? I'm assuming you already know how to make different files for different codes and then link them together through HTML? Maybe you can give me a zipped version.

Lastly, if you're using bubble.js, then you'd need Jquery for it to work. Before that you'd have to have a good foundation in javascript as they're just basically the same (except for Jquery being generally shorter in syntax and fancier). If you don't understand Javascript, you can't learn Jquery.

thomas147 : I'd be happy to help, Java is one of my weak spots though... I just can't bring myself to love the syntax.
Blubcreator : What should be the output of the code first? Are you sure you're asking about "Java" and not "Javascript"? They're totally different... but I'd assume it's Javascript since you're not using the variable types(ie. int, char, double, float... etc.) for initialization.

Also, can you post your whole code for this? I'm assuming you already know how to make different files for different codes and then link them together through HTML? Maybe you can give me a zipped version.

Lastly, if you're using bubble.js, then you'd need Jquery for it to work. Before that you'd have to have a good foundation in javascript as they're just basically the same (except for Jquery being generally shorter in syntax and fancier). If you don't understand Javascript, you can't learn Jquery.

thomas147 : I'd be happy to help, Java is one of my weak spots though... I just can't bring myself to love the syntax.
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(edited by Juliet on 03-27-14 11:34 AM)    

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Juliet : The code is actually javascript sorry about that. I also managed to figure out what was wrong. It was actually a stupid mistake. My variable "lettercolors" doesn't match with drawName(myName, letterColors);

I forgot to capitalize the C which is quite sad
Juliet : The code is actually javascript sorry about that. I also managed to figure out what was wrong. It was actually a stupid mistake. My variable "lettercolors" doesn't match with drawName(myName, letterColors);

I forgot to capitalize the C which is quite sad
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(edited by Blubcreator on 03-27-14 11:57 AM)    

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Blubcreator : I see... Case sensitivity sure is inconvenient when coding. Good to hear it's already been solved.
Blubcreator : I see... Case sensitivity sure is inconvenient when coding. Good to hear it's already been solved.
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I have to create a few examples in Javascript and one of them is a rock, paper, scissors game which is simple. But when I try and generate the computers choice it keeps outputting scissors to the screen when I log it. I assume it has something to do with how my conditions are set up.

http://pastebin.com/iHGj4MnN
I have to create a few examples in Javascript and one of them is a rock, paper, scissors game which is simple. But when I try and generate the computers choice it keeps outputting scissors to the screen when I log it. I assume it has something to do with how my conditions are set up.

http://pastebin.com/iHGj4MnN
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(edited by Blubcreator on 10-06-14 09:11 AM)    

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Blubcreator :

I'm not exactly sure why it's not working.

Since I don't know if this is time-sensitive and anyone will answer quickly enough, I went ahead and messed with code from what I could find from both online resources and what you provided. (I don't know Javascript at all)

But I did manage to get it to work using the following code. Perhaps it could help you.

Edit - I messed with your numbers so that they apply for all cases as well.

<button onclick="myFunction()">Show Answer</button>
<p id="rps"></p>
<script>
function myFunction() {
var userChoice = prompt("Do you choose rock, paper or scissors?")
computerChoice = Math.random(0, 1)

if (computerChoice <= 0.33 && computerChoice >= 0)
{
computerChoice = "Rock";
}

else if (computerChoice <= 0.66 && computerChoice > 0.33)
{
computerChoice = "Paper";
}

else if (computerChoice <= 1 && computerChoice > 0.66)
{
computerChoice = "Scissors";
}
document.getElementById("rps").innerHTML = computerChoice;
}
</script>
Blubcreator :

I'm not exactly sure why it's not working.

Since I don't know if this is time-sensitive and anyone will answer quickly enough, I went ahead and messed with code from what I could find from both online resources and what you provided. (I don't know Javascript at all)

But I did manage to get it to work using the following code. Perhaps it could help you.

Edit - I messed with your numbers so that they apply for all cases as well.

<button onclick="myFunction()">Show Answer</button>
<p id="rps"></p>
<script>
function myFunction() {
var userChoice = prompt("Do you choose rock, paper or scissors?")
computerChoice = Math.random(0, 1)

if (computerChoice <= 0.33 && computerChoice >= 0)
{
computerChoice = "Rock";
}

else if (computerChoice <= 0.66 && computerChoice > 0.33)
{
computerChoice = "Paper";
}

else if (computerChoice <= 1 && computerChoice > 0.66)
{
computerChoice = "Scissors";
}
document.getElementById("rps").innerHTML = computerChoice;
}
</script>
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Blubcreator:

var userChoice = prompt("Do you choose rock, paper or scissors?");
//(0, 1) doesn't need to be specified for

//Math.random because that is default.
computerChoice = Math.random();

//Use if/else if/else
if (computerChoice <= 0.33) {
   computerChoice = "rock";
} else if (computerChoice >= 0.67) {
   computerChoice = "scissors";
} else {
   computerChoice = "paper";
};

//Why put > 0 or < 1 when Math.random doesn't
//go below 0 or above 1 anyhow?

//I did this lesson at Codecademy a while back
//and I really need to finish my tutorial.
//Answering this question makes me want to
//finish. Thanks!
Blubcreator:

var userChoice = prompt("Do you choose rock, paper or scissors?");
//(0, 1) doesn't need to be specified for

//Math.random because that is default.
computerChoice = Math.random();

//Use if/else if/else
if (computerChoice <= 0.33) {
   computerChoice = "rock";
} else if (computerChoice >= 0.67) {
   computerChoice = "scissors";
} else {
   computerChoice = "paper";
};

//Why put > 0 or < 1 when Math.random doesn't
//go below 0 or above 1 anyhow?

//I did this lesson at Codecademy a while back
//and I really need to finish my tutorial.
//Answering this question makes me want to
//finish. Thanks!
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If you haven't heard about CodeCademy then you're missing out. They have Hands-On tutorials on most web development languages including (but not limited to):
    HTML & CSS
    Javascript
    jQuery
    PHP
    Python
    and Ruby
I've completed the first three courses and am working on Ruby and Python atm. CodeCademy really helped me out because it's not text-book reading. It's setup with an automated training room where in order to progress the course, you must code and code correctly. Their output handler for showing results is very useful and their community is great.
Check them out.
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Some other resources I like to use are TutsPlus and Udemy. Both are paid subscription for a lot of their courses but they also have a lot of good free tutorials and articles that you can view.
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If you haven't heard about CodeCademy then you're missing out. They have Hands-On tutorials on most web development languages including (but not limited to):
    HTML & CSS
    Javascript
    jQuery
    PHP
    Python
    and Ruby
I've completed the first three courses and am working on Ruby and Python atm. CodeCademy really helped me out because it's not text-book reading. It's setup with an automated training room where in order to progress the course, you must code and code correctly. Their output handler for showing results is very useful and their community is great.
Check them out.
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This morning I had an internship interview. Didn't got well. It was over Web development, which that and programming languages are what I'm attempting to accomplish for an internship for my undergraduate degree in Computer Information Technology.

It didn't go very well. I keep asking my about external sources to further advance my skill set in HTML, CSS, and Javascript. People keep getting back to me on codeacademy, which I am using (currently studying up on Python) but there's got to be some other sources. Does anyone have any great free tutorials that aren't just video tutorials but actual practice, besides codeacademy? Because I really bombed that interview and I'm expecting to graduate next year.
This morning I had an internship interview. Didn't got well. It was over Web development, which that and programming languages are what I'm attempting to accomplish for an internship for my undergraduate degree in Computer Information Technology.

It didn't go very well. I keep asking my about external sources to further advance my skill set in HTML, CSS, and Javascript. People keep getting back to me on codeacademy, which I am using (currently studying up on Python) but there's got to be some other sources. Does anyone have any great free tutorials that aren't just video tutorials but actual practice, besides codeacademy? Because I really bombed that interview and I'm expecting to graduate next year.
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Sandvalanche : Just do what I did find a software like acmlmboard2 and see what you can do to it. (changing the css and php)

Also good luck with python if there is one tiny thing wrong with your code python will not want to work.
Sandvalanche : Just do what I did find a software like acmlmboard2 and see what you can do to it. (changing the css and php)

Also good luck with python if there is one tiny thing wrong with your code python will not want to work.
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I didn't know this existed, does anyone who uses these languages even frequent this place anymore? I know Minuano has some experience, but there's some names here I've never seen.
I didn't know this existed, does anyone who uses these languages even frequent this place anymore? I know Minuano has some experience, but there's some names here I've never seen.
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