AWESOME guys thanks for the help. Sorry it took so long to respond
Oh wow thanks! I didn't even know that prompt's ouputs were automatically strings! No wonder all my other functions were not working! I'm just bored and
In most cases using == instead of === can cause problems. It is better to cast both to the same type and use === rather than use == and let the browser
Hey all I am just now getting around to the newest version of the PHP sdk for Facebook. It seems to use a new array of returned data that I can not seem
When you call takeTip() the variables x and y are *strings*.
The return value from a call to prompt() is *always* a string.