Originally Posted by Old Pedant
SURELY it's not a Level 1 course.
It truly makes no sense that you would have an assignment like this in a Level 1 course. But then we have the anomaly that you are being told to use alert( ) calls, which should be forbidden in anything beyond maybe the first half of a Level1 course.
I have to tell you, honestly, what you are being asked to do here is not *hard*, but it's certainly something that would take even an experienced JS programmer some measurable amount of time--at least an hour or two, and maybe more--to pull off with 100% compliance to the specs.
So if this is *NOT* a Level 1 course, then: Why the heck are you, who clearly hasn't yet successfully mastered even the first half of a Level 1 course, taking it? And why is the instructor having you use the "baby" techniques of a Level 1 course? Just makes no sense.
Its a MANDATORY university unit, basically its a core unit which needs to be done. You can only do it once you do programming Fundamentals which is c++ so it's alot different lol.. THey're expecting alot from us because the second screenshot thats only one of the tasks, basically if section is filled in then do this. There's about 12 tasks like referring to different sections of the form