elresleff

11-19-2010, 04:31 AM

I am new to learning JS and am trying to create an array through a prompt. It seems to work, but I believe it is treating the prompted numbers as strings not numbers. I am parsing the negatives and zeros, and positives and counting them. It doesn't recognize the negative sign.

Here's my js:

function counter()

{

var numArr = new Array(Number(prompt("Please enter and array of numbers, in any order, separated by a comma..." + '\n' +

"In the following format: -2,0,2")));

var positives = 0;

var negatives = 0;

var zeros = 0;

for (var i = 0; i < numArr.length; i++)

{

switch (true) {

case numArr[i] < 0:

negatives++;

break;

case numArr[i] == 0:

zeros++;

break;

case numArr[i] > 0:

positives++;

break;

}

}

alert("You entered:"+ '\n' +

"Number of Negatives: " + negatives + '\n' +

"Number of Zeros: " + zeros + '\n' +

"Number of Positives: " + positives);

}

counter();

Any suggestions?

Here's my js:

function counter()

{

var numArr = new Array(Number(prompt("Please enter and array of numbers, in any order, separated by a comma..." + '\n' +

"In the following format: -2,0,2")));

var positives = 0;

var negatives = 0;

var zeros = 0;

for (var i = 0; i < numArr.length; i++)

{

switch (true) {

case numArr[i] < 0:

negatives++;

break;

case numArr[i] == 0:

zeros++;

break;

case numArr[i] > 0:

positives++;

break;

}

}

alert("You entered:"+ '\n' +

"Number of Negatives: " + negatives + '\n' +

"Number of Zeros: " + zeros + '\n' +

"Number of Positives: " + positives);

}

counter();

Any suggestions?