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"startit()" function in javascript

 
Peggy Jones
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Can someone tell me where I can find out more information on the startit function in Java script. I have a lotto program that I am working on.
 
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Peggy Jones wrote:Can someone tell me where I can find out more information on the startit function in Java script. I have a lotto program that I am working on.


You do know that Java and JavaScript are two different languages right? Let me move this topic to the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript forum for you...

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Thank you
 
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There is no startit() function in JavaScript. It must be a function defined by your program.
 
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What "startit" function are you asking about? As far as I know, "startit" isn't a standard Javascript function of any kind.
 
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I am working on my lotto program. I am working on my lotto program:




Now I have to figure out how to add a start it function but it is not in our book we are reading from Don Gosslin
 
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Again, we have not idea what a "startit()" function is. If you are having problems with the example in a book, it'd be best to narrow down your confusion and post an SSCCE (Short Self-Contained Correct Example) showing the point of confusion.
 
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