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Exercise 6.3

In this exercise you will compare two input numbers and say whether or not the first is larger than the second, or the second is larger than the first, or they are equal. Prompt for two numbers, storing them in variables a and b and convert the variables into whole numbers using parseInt(). Then display one of three messages. “a larger”, “b larger”, or “Equal”.

Apr 7th, 2015
To be a proficient programmer, you need to master two things: (1) the syntax of the programming language, and (2) the core libraries (i.e., API) associated with the language.comparing two input numbers and say whether or not the first is larger than the second, or the second is larger than the first, or they are equal. Prompt for two numbers, storing them in variables a and b and convert the variables into whole numbers using parseInt(). Then display one of three messages. “a larger”, “b larger”, or “Equal”.

compare two input numbers and say whether or not the first is larger than the second, or the second is larger than the first, or they are equal. Prompt for two numbers, storing them in variables a and b and convert the variables into whole numbers using parseInt(). Then display one of three messages. “a larger”, “b larger”, or “Equal”.

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