I am having a very hard time with this game. i can get the userChoice image to display, and the computerChoice image to display, but i cannot get the checkWinLoseTie() function to work. but i am unsure WHY it isnt working. are my arguments wrong (i know there is something wrong, but cannot get it right!), are the variables even getting assigned a value?
I keep getting the message "you lost" which means that the rest of the stuff is not running!
Here is my code:
This is my other code (ive been trying to get either or to work! cant figure out which one woudl be best)
I have written a game of rock, paper, scissors. There are two things I would like to do here:
1. Make the playagain function work. I would like to have a variable start out as 'y', then be redefined as either 'y' or 'n' when the prompt occurs. If this is not possible, any other way to make this work would be welcome.
2. Use <div> tags and CSS to make .swf's appear and disappear accordingly.
EX: I say scissors, Computer says paper. An swf is played of scissors beating paper. When the anim is over, it disappears, and the game continues.
I have an assignment to code a java class that plays rock, paper, or scissors. The class can access the history of past gestures played by both itself and its opponent, but nothing else. The class will be played against others in 10,000 matches and the winner will be determined via round robin format. Other than using a greedy algorithm to determine statistically the best choice from prior gestures and basic pattern recognition I have no decent ideas.
I tried submitting the quiz page to itself using a query string to keep track of question # but no joy.
I can post code if necessary or is there a trivia game engine made for 1 question at a time instead of all on 1 page?
Is it possible to convert "xyz123456xyz789" into "123456xyz789"? What I'm trying to say is, remove the first occurence of "xyz" from the string, so that all the other occurrences of "xyz" that aren't the first one, remain.
I am trying to split out a string. E.G "Australia - VIC". I want to remove everything before the -. The line of code I am using to do this is: var state = optionText.replace(/.* - /,""); This works in IE7, but in all other browsers is only removing the - resulting in "Australia VIC" rather than the desired "VIC"
I'm trying to figure out how I replaces/removes parts of text in string in realtime using jQuery. This is what I got now:
The problem: As above nothing happens. If I use the var test = 'not'; instead of the array part it works except it also removes the <b> tags? How do I get the array part to work and why is it removing htmltags when executed?
Context: swfObject2 dynamic embedding.. so the swf object is not written into the code that's sent to the browser. (The swf is there on the resulting page in the browser; doing it's thang just dandy and waiting for further instruction from user action). Function in swf "functInSWF" registered using ExternalInterface.callback(); (I'm working in AS2).
I've tried (what's not recommended) getElementById with the same result.