How to split nested ternary operator into normal if else condition

I was trying to understand ternary operator into normal if else condition. stateable = data.length > 0 ? data[0].list > data[0].somelist ? Product.ADDING : Product.REMOVING : Product.NOTHING …

Trying to write IF/AND statement in Google Apps Script

I have searched thoroughly but cannot find a the solution. I am trying to write an IF/AND statement in Google Apps Script. I will have 2-3 conditions with values coming from 2-3 columns respectively. …

variable (element).style is undefined

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I want to onchange “change” just one time

so: I’ve been trying to make an onchange change just one time, because i want the object appear on the screen after the first change, and stay on the screen: &…

Ties are still running win messages?

I’ve been messing around with a rock, paper scissors project that codecademy gets you to try, I’m pretty happy with it but I have one problem! When the result is a tie, it logs the tie message (…

TypeError: if ‘false’ not working as expected

I’m doing a PWA quiz application using React.js and I’ve met the following problematic: I can get questions objects with only one answer, and some with multiple. In the case there is only one possible …

syntax error unexpected toke in if statement in js

I am receiving a syntax error with unexpected token < at line 14 when i try to run this script in my browser. What i am trying to do is open my classes 5 minutes before class and still open when ...

switching between two colors is not working

What is it that I am missing here so my page switches between these two colors? Thank you ! Answer You’re never changing the value of isBlue, so it’s always false, so you always set white as the background color. Afrer the if/else, invert the flag: E.g.: Side note: “isBlue” seems an odd name for a flag that sets a green background… 😉 (Though to be fair, as I understand it in some cultures there isn’t a distinction between blue and green.)