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XPReview• Declare a variable• Give example of a Numeric, String, Boolean Variable– Assign a value to it• What does this do: x = x+1• What does this do: x++• What does this code do:Tutorial 10 New Perspectives on HTML and XHTML, 1ComprehensiveXPCreating JavaScript Functions• A function is a series of commands that perform an action or calculates a value.• A function name identifies a function.• Parameters are values used by the function.function functionName (parameters){JavaScript commands}• Convention: place functions in the section of the HTML file or externallyTutorial 10 New Perspectives on HTML and XHTML, 2ComprehensiveXPFunction examplefunction rectArea (width, length){var area = width * length;return area;}var w = 2;var l = 3;var a = rectArea (w, l);Tutorial 10 New Perspectives on HTML and XHTML, 3ComprehensiveXPWorking with Conditional Statements• Conditional statements are commands that run only when specific conditions are met.• Conditional statements require a Boolean expression.• Q: What is a Boolean expression?• you need one of the following operators to create a Boolean expression:– Comparison operators (==, !=, >, <, >=, <=)– Logical operators (&& = AND, || = OR, | = NOT)– Conditional operators – (condition) ? value1:value2Tutorial 10 New Perspectives on ...

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 Declare a variable  Give example of a Numeric, String, Boolean Variable – Assign a value to it  What does this do: x = x+1  What does this do: x++  What does this code do: <script type="text/javascript"> var age; age = window.prompt("Please enter your age: ",""); document.write( age + “ is a great age!”); </script>
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XP Creating JavaScript Functions
 A function is a series of commands that perform an action or calculates a value.  A function name identifies a function. Parameters are values used by the function. function functionName (parameters) { JavaScript commands }  Convention: place functions in the <head> section of the HTML file or externally
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Function example
function rectArea (width, length) {
var area width * length; = return area;
} var w = 2; var l = 3; var a = rectArea (w, l);
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Working with Conditional Statements
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Conditional statements are commands that run only when specific conditions are met. Conditional statements require a Boolean expression . Q: What is a Boolean expression? you need one of the following operators to create a Boolean expression: – Comparison operators (==, !=, >, <, >=, <=) – Logical operators (&& = AND, || = OR, | = NOT) – Conditional operators – (condition) ? value1:value2
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Comparison Operator
Examples of Boolean expressions using comparison operator – X < 100 – Y == 20 (Note that  == is equality operator  = is assignment operator) – Y <= 10
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Logical Operator
Examples of logical operator (&& = AND, || = OR, | = NOT)
– (x < 100) && (y == 20) – (dayOfWeek == “Friday”) && (day == 13) – (weather == Sunny”) || (weather == “Partially Sunny”) – | (weather == “Rainy”)
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Conditional Statements
Conditional statements are commands that run only when specific conditions are met. – If statement – If-else statement – Switch Statement
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If Statement
if (condition) { Javascript Commands, that execute only if condition is true
} if (day == “Friday”) { document.write(“The weekend is almost here”);
}
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if-else statements
if (condition) { JavaScript commands that execute if condition is true } else { JavaScript commands that execute if condition is false }
if (day == “Friday”) { document.write(“The weekend is almost here!”); } else { document.write(“It’s not yet Friday”); }
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switch statement
Similar to a set of if-else statement Read about it on pages 551/552
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Events
Events are actions that can be detected by JavaScript Examples: – A mouse click – A mouse double-click – A web page loading – Mousing over a hot spot on the web page – Selecting an input box in an HTML form – Submitting an HTML form – A keystroke  Complete JavaScript Event Reference page: http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/jsref_events.asp
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