Ok, I need help with getting these JS codes to work?

Question by Artic Heat: Ok, I need help with getting these JS codes to work?
I can't get these 2 codes below to work or execute. It is driving me insane, I have place the {} on the operations, I have tried var, but nothing. If someone can direct me, or show me what I am doing wrong it would be awesome:

if (TestTaken == “chem”){
if (score > 80)
window.alert(“You did great!”);
else if (score > 60)
window.alert(“You passed.”);
else
window.alert(“Try again.”);
}else if (TestTaken == “math”){
if (score > 70)
window.alert(“Radical!”);
else
window.alert(“Try again.”);
}else{
window.alert(“Please take your test.”);
}

Then this code:

switch (rating){
case “AAA” :
window.alert(“Highest Quality”);
break;
case “AA” :
window.alert(“High Quality”);
break;
case “A” :
window.alert(“Upper Medium”);
break;
case “BBB” :
window.alert(“Medium “);
break;
case “BB” :
window.alert(“Speculative”);
break;
case “B”, “CCC”, “C” :
window.alert(“Highly Speculative “);
break;
default :
window.alert(“You did not enter a valid bond rating!”);
break;
}

I am using notepad++l which is what I have always used, I decided to get Dreamweaver started up and I still can't get the code to execute. Are the spacings wrong? Am I not using the correct brackets or operations?

Best answer:

Answer by Ratchetr
Whoa…how did we get from math and chemistry to bond ratings?

Anyway…1 issues I see:

case “B”, “CCC”, “C” :

I think VB is the only language that lets you string together cases with commas like that.

Try:
case “B”:
case “CCC”:
case “C” :
window.alert(“Put the money under the mattress “);
break;

What do you think? Answer below!

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