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Posted on 11-03-07 20:39
Ok, i was looking at the code, i know how charAt works, I read the articles about Javascript 15 challenge and I got some of concept how to solve it but i dont understand it full.

Can someone try to explain it more a bit.
Is var Riddle = query test mess so that means that query test mess has something to do with password or just "Riddle" plz. can you point me some things out?

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Posted on 11-03-07 20:42
query test mess does have something to do with the pass


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Posted on 11-03-07 20:49
Well i have var's from "a" to "n" so no "q" so i dont see how it can have something to do with actual password.
Riddle too, i have no var "r"... Sad

or maybe i just get thigs wrong.


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Posted on 08-04-07 20:07
I some problems with Javascript 15.

I try to understand what the script do, and I found some good Informations, but I can't break the challenge.

the variable password is defined to the input form.

A to N variables can change the input with charAt. A variable riddle is a text string, and this is the password, because if A to N are same as riddle will the script give me a message "Congratulation", voila...

My problem is charAt, you know, many many letters and combinations. :xx:

How can I convert "query test mess" to the encoded pass as the script asking for, then I can complete the IF statement in challenge??

HINT !!!

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Posted on 08-04-07 20:46
hmm CharAt what does that do *ponders* maybe w3schools will help with that ... aha, but where is it getting characters from?
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Posted on 09-04-07 08:46
editGrinidn't know what to edit, so i removed all

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Posted on 09-04-07 11:47
yeah? well maybe that should point out to you that part of the challenge's challenge was. to find the function identify what«s happening and work backwards taking time to read what the unknown commands do.. this way you're allowing most ppl to skip the learning part and go right away to yey i did it and dunno why!!.. please edit that


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Posted on 09-04-07 19:56
I beat this challenge.. thanks for your help, sakarin...
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Posted on 12-06-07 14:10
Senetry wrote:
Well i have var's from "a" to "n" so no "q" so i dont see how it can have something to do with actual password.
Riddle too, i have no var "r"... Sad

or maybe i just get thigs wrong.
"Riddle" isnt a string, It contains the "query test mess", It doesnt contain the string "Riddle".
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Posted on 13-06-07 02:02
Try to add a Dot between "" and use alert~




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Posted on 20-06-07 20:18
Pretty Easy, just think.... in numbers && Letters
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Posted on 24-06-07 05:53
Notepad(c) owned this one Pfft

That challenge was pretty sweet, I like that kind of stuff!