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JavaScript: Check whether three given numbers are increasing in strict mode or in soft mode

JavaScript Basic: Exercise-42 with Solution

Write a JavaScript program to check whether three given numbers are increasing in strict mode or in soft mode.
Note: Strict mode -> 10, 15, 31 : Soft mode -> 24, 22, 31 or 22, 22, 31

Sample Solution:

HTML Code:

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<head>
  <meta charset="utf-8">
  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width">
  <title>Write a JavaScript program to check whether three given numbers are increasing in strict mode or in soft mode.</title>
</head>
<body>

</body>
</html>

JavaScript Code:

function number_order(x, y, z ) {
  if ( y > x && z > y) 
  {
    return "strict mode";    
  }
  else if(z > y) 
   return "Soft mode";
  else
    return "Undefinded";
}

console.log(number_order(10,15,31));
console.log(number_order(24,22,31));
console.log(number_order(50,21,15));

Sample Output:

strict mode
Soft mode
Undefinded

Flowchart:

Flowchart: JavaScript - Check whether three given numbers are increasing in strict mode or in soft mode

ES6 Version:

function number_order(x, y, z ) {
  if ( y > x && z > y) 
  {
    return "strict mode";    
  }
  else if(z > y) 
   return "Soft mode";
  else
    return "Undefinded";
}

console.log(number_order(10,15,31));
console.log(number_order(24,22,31));
console.log(number_order(50,21,15));

Live Demo:

See the Pen JavaScript: Check whether three given numbers are increasing in strict mode - basic-ex-42 by w3resource (@w3resource) on CodePen.


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Converts a string to title case

Example:

const toTitleCase = str =>
  str
    .match(/[A-Z]{2,}(?=[A-Z][a-z]+[0-9]*|\b)|[A-Z]?[a-z]+[0-9]*|[A-Z]|[0-9]+/g)
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    .join(' ');
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console.log(toTitleCase('Some label that needs to be title-cased')); // 'Some Label That Needs To Be Title Cased'
console.log(toTitleCase('some-package-name')); // 'Some Package Name'
console.log(toTitleCase('some-mixed_string with spaces_underscores-and-hyphens')); // 'Some Mixed String With Spaces Underscores And Hyphens' 

Output:

"Some Database Field Name"
"Some Label That Needs To Be Title Cased"
"Some Package Name"
"Some Mixed String With Spaces Underscores And Hyphens"