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Equalizer Animation Using JavaScript

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When your browser displays a webpage on screen it uses 3 different programming languages called HTML, CSS and JavaScript. We call the combination of these three languages “client-side web technologies”. Each of the three language has its own syntax and

Connect4 Challenge

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In this blog post you will use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to complete this game of connect 4 for two players. (Rules of the game) You will first need to reverse-engineer the code provided. The code so far is used

Mind the Gap

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When your browser displays a webpage on screen it uses 3 different programming languages called HTML, CSS and JavaScript. We call the combination of these three languages “client-side web technologies”. Each of the three language has its own syntax and

Keep Calm and Carry On Coding

Keep-Calm-And-Carry-On-Coding

When your browser displays a webpage on screen it uses 3 different programming languages called HTML, CSS and JavaScript. We call the combination of these three languages “client-side web technologies”. Each of the three language has its own syntax and

What’s My Change?

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Your Challenge Using either Python or HTML + JavaScript, write a program that prompts the end-user to enter two values: Value 1: Amount to be paid by the customer Value 2: Amount received from the customer The program should then

Resistor Value Calculator

Resistor Value Calculator

When designing electronic circuits you may need to use resistors. Each resistor has a resistance value expressed in ohms (Ω). Resistors are identified by a series of concentric coloured bands. Each band colour has a value which is used to

HTML Applications (.HTA)

Have you ever heard of HTA files aka HTML Applications? If you not here is what you need to know about HTA: HTA files look very similar to HTML files but when you save them you need to give them

Can you explain this equation?

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== and != are called comparison operators. They are used to compare two values and see whether they are the same (==) or check if they are different (!=). E.g.  = is used to assign a value to a variable.

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