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    Jonathan Herman
    @lantech19446
    there's cumin in the chili spices, one of my favorite spices in fact. I'll saute ginger and turmeric throw some cumin in and then toss in some rice or quinoa
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    xD Saying hello world get you a bot response. Anything else doesn’t!
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    @dcpking_twitter you could of at least made the beginning message cute since it was getting discarded anyways
    is that VB?
    oooor the language we dont speak of...
    (whispers) cobol
    :worried:
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    :hear_no_evil:
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    😂
    Michael Irwin
    @dcpking_twitter
    Naw! fortran :)
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    nice!
    So I have a recusion question...
    Michael Irwin
    @dcpking_twitter
    go for it Robert
    (again and again and again )
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    the validations when using if statements. How do the 1 (true) -1(false) stop the loop but still retain the value?
    does that question make sense? I worded it weird.
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    talkin’ fortran?
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    Java script but the process is pretty much the same across languages, right?
    Michael Irwin
    @dcpking_twitter
    You have a function and inside it you're saying "if variable then call me" ? You have to have some way for the variable being used to obtain a value
    Or else you can decide that you'll only go 10 deep (for example) and pass in the depth as a parameter as you invoke then function. Inside, it does its thing and then says "if depth < 10 then { depth += 1; call me(depth)" (pardon the pseudocode
    Michael Irwin
    @dcpking_twitter
    btw, Did that make sense?
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    function factorialize(num) {
        if (num < 0) {
            return -1;
        }
    
        else if (num === 0) {                                       // returns true when "num" hits 0 and breaks? does this hold true to all methods? 
            return 1;
        }
        else 
            return (num * factorialize(num - 1));  //in this case the end equation will be 5*4*3*2*1=120
    
    }
    
    factorialize(5);
    whoops
    \ not //
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    Are you coming tomorrow @rmaylie9560 ? If so I can walk you thru recursions.
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    i cant make it. i have my brothers graduation.
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    bummer! Have fun tho.
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    id rather watch paint dry
    but its my baby brother. i have to be there for him on his big day
    Michael Irwin
    @dcpking_twitter
    That looks ok - although equality is "==", not "===", isn't it?
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    javascript has a ===
    2 == “2” is true
    2 === “2” is false
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    === is the strict operator
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    what the man said!
    Who asked about consoles in CodePen? What that @rmaylie9560 and @davidjcastner ?
    Michael Irwin
    @dcpking_twitter
    implicit conversion and implicit conversion forbidden.
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    what the woman said!
    caster
    castner
    fat fingers
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    So we all be blind and there is a dang button that says CONSOLE at the bottom of the screen. /sigh
    I’ll let him know tomorrow.
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    that is super awesome info tho.
    i love chromes dev tools tho
    @dcpking_twitter :laughing:
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    Oh, I found the conversation. @lantech19446 asked and @davidjcastner already knew about but said it works differently.
    Robert Maylie
    @rmaylie9560
    super dave!
    :laughing:
    Lily Romano
    @Lilyheart
    The advantage to CodePens is that you can share a link to the pen with the console data https://blog.codepen.io/2016/01/27/new-feature-javascript-console/