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I want to make a guessing game. Upon clicking the button on the page, the computer will generate a random number between 0-20. I then should guess the number in the first field.(lets say I have 5 attempts).
The number I guess should be compared with the random generated number. If I guess correctly, the second field could display a message like "you win", else it should display "more" or "less" depending on my guess. If I fail to guess those 5 times, I should lose and the answer should appear in the second field.

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This solution focuses on two aspects. There is the HTML that needs to be generated in order to support the required form and there is the javascript needed to implement the required logic.

The HTML is fairly straight forward. There is a button to allow the user to generate the random number, and the input field for entering
guesses, and a button to ask the computer to check the guess. We have also included a text input field for printing messages back to the user.

Each of the HTML input fields has a name associated with this. This allows the field to be easily identified from the javascript code.
Each of the HTML buttons has an "onClick" attribute. This attribute points ...

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A random number guessing game is examined for a Javascript.

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