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Unit 4 and Learning Diary

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By Andrew Jackson in the group COMP 266 October 28, 2022 - 1:05pm

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Learning Diary:

In this unit I added the first bit of JavaScript code. The code that I used was for validating an email and phone number. I implemented it as part of my registering a vendor form to ensure that the information that they inputted is correct. This functionality related back to the scenario of a contractor trying to display their services. While simultaneously helping to reduce fake entries by sending an alert to the screen if it is either an invalid phone number or an invalid email. I found this section to relate very closely to what I experience as a developer as you rarely every write completely new code. Finding something that matches what you are trying to accomplish then modifying it to my specific needs help prepare much more for a professional work environment. The code which I took is stored in the takenCode.js and was originally found at //