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Alert related coding questions

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how to creat an alert in javascipt

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let weather = { paris: { temp: 19.7, humidity: 80 }, tokyo: { temp: 17.3, humidity: 50 }, lisbon: { temp: 30.2, humidity: 20 }, "san francisco": { temp: 20.9, humidity: 100 }, oslo: { temp: -5, humidity: 20 } }; // write your code here let roundedWeather = {}; for (let city in weather) { roundedWeather[city] = {}; roundedWeather[city].temp = Math.ceil(weather[city].temp); roundedWeather[city].humidity = Math.ceil(weather[city].humidity); } console.log(roundedWeather); let city = prompt("Enter a city"); if (weather[city] !== undefined) { city = city.toLowerCase(); alert( `It is currently ${roundedWeather[city].temp}Β°C in ${city} with a humidity of ${roundedWeather[city].humidity}%` ); } else { alert( `Sorry we don't know the weather for this city, try going to https://www.google.com/search?q=weather+${[ city ]}` ); }

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how do i make an alert in javascript

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how to use alert

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how to alert a property of an object?

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how can I insert the answer to a prompt in an alert message

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how to alert Alert on Javascript using `

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How to alert on Javascript

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put two buttons, one an expand button and other with an alert

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Asked 8 months ago in JavaScript by Mamoona sajid

how to use if and else statement in javascript If it's between 12 and 18 to alert Good afternoon

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how to create an alert?

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how can i stop my code from repeating the answer? function itswindy() { let question = prompt("what is the wind speed?"); alert(question); let response1 = "It is windy!"; let response2 = "It is not windy!"; if (question > 5) { alert(response1); } else { alert(response2); } } itswindy();

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how to make an alert number rounded

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how can I add a hello prompt in js

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Java alert code

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how do I make an or alert

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how can I alert the timezone for paris?

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If statement that alerts when it is between 2 numbers

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When submitting the form, alert the value of the password input

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In Javascript how do I make my prompt response my alert answer?

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how to make an alert responsive regardless of the case

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When submitting the form, alert the value of the password input

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When clicking this button, alert "Hooray!"

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If user does not enter her first name, Alert 'Too bad for you’

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how to code for an alert to show up after clicking a button?

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