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How do I define something in HTML?
BrandonKeele

Hello All, Keep in mind this is not my code, just a code example I was able to find on google to study from it and learn how to use it,

When I run the code it prompts this
"ReferenceError: cookieclick is not defined
at HTMLButtonElement.onclick (/:8:36)"
I've tried to define "cookieclick" but I don't know code all that well, I've looked it up and tried but with no success, here's the code below.

var cookies = 0;
var cursors = 0;
var buyCursor = 1;
var cookieclick = 1;

onClick="cookieclick(1)"

function cookieclick(number){
cookies = cookies + number;
};

document.getElementById("cookies").innerHTML = cookies;

onClick="buyCursor()"

Cursors: <span id="cursors">0</span><br />
Cost: <span id="cursorCost">10</span>

function buyCursor(){
var cursorCost = Math.floor(10 * Math.pow(1.1,cursors));
if(cookies >= cursorCost){
cursor
cursors = cursors + 1;

};

window.setInterval(function(){

}, 1000);

cookieclick(cursors);

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Korbindev

yo wassup go to script.js, go the the bottom at line 153 and delete that line

ch1ck3n

rename script.js to main.js

BrandonKeele

@ch1ck3n Ill try that :)

BrandonKeele

@ch1ck3n just tried that and it prompts this now "SyntaxError: Unexpected token '<'
at /main.js:16:10
"

ch1ck3n

@BrandonKeele well you have a bug in your code

BY THE WAY THIS IS NOT VALID SYNTAX

BrandonKeele

@ch1ck3n How should I fix it? cause I dunno code that well enough to accurately fix code yet.