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Got it!!

I finally got everything in my StraightPoolScorekeeper to work! The undo feature, the automatic foul tally, a running tally of runs and fouls, easy to see color-matched buttons, adjustable winning score, current run and max run fields. I always seem to take on a new thing in a big way. Remember the metal DDR Stage I built before I had either the PS2 or the DDR game? Well, this page was the first that I've ever written using JavaScript. Please, CSS-lords, check out the code and tell me how sloppy, un//remarked, and with badly chosen variable names it is. ;) Now, I need to write up a documentation for it (instructions) and post it to a pool and billiards community. Muahaha!


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Jun. 28th, 2005 11:33 pm (UTC)
It sounds like you are already a JavaScript goddess!

I took a class on JavaScript once, in with my few classes on HTML. It was a debacle. The professor would give us projects to do, we'd do them, and they wouldn't work. We'd ask for help, he'd give us a copy of the code we should have written. We'd input the code exactly and it still wouldn't work. He'd check over our progress and he wouldn't be able to find anything wrong. So my experience is JavaScript is it's so buggy it won't run on anything other than IE, and even then it's not predictable.

But that was a few years ago. Many things may have changed in the meantime.
Jun. 29th, 2005 02:24 am (UTC)
Yeah, it's mean to debug. None of my funtions were working because I had an if statement without (). It's frustrating, but when it works, it's so nice.
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