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    Nate
    @bassmannate
    hint
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    These hints depend on people like you! Please add to this :point_right: Bonfire's Wiki Hints Page
    Nate
    @bassmannate
    bonfire confirm the ending
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    :fire:Bonfire: Confirm the Ending :link:

    function end(str, target) {
      // "Never give up and good luck will find you."
      // -- Falcor
      return str;
    }
    
    end('Bastian', 'n');

    Check if a string (first argument) ends with the given target string (second argument).

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    Nate
    @bassmannate
    bf links
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    Nate
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    hint [1/8]

    ## :construction: After this are possible spoiler hints.

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    Nate
    @bassmannate
    hint
    CamperBot
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    hint [2/8]

    # Explanation:

    You will get an array that contains sub arrays of numbers and you need to return an array with the largest number from each of the sub arrays.

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    Nate
    @bassmannate
    hint
    CamperBot
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    hint [3/8]

    Hint: 1

    You will need to keep track of the array with the answer and the largest number of each sub-array.

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    Qadir Pervez
    @qadirpervez
    hint
    CamperBot
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    hint [4/8]

    Hint: 2

    You can work with multidimensional arrays by Array[Index][SubIndex]

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    Qadir Pervez
    @qadirpervez
    hint
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    hint [5/8]

    Hint: 3

    Pay close attention to the timing of the storing of variables when working with loops

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    Qadir Pervez
    @qadirpervez
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [6/8]

    Spoiler Alert!

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    Solutions ahead!

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    hint [7/8]

    Solution 1:

    function largestOfFour(arr) {
      var results = [];
      for (var n = 0; n < arr.length; n++) {
        var largestNumber = 0;
        for (var sb = 0; sb < arr[n].length; sb++) {
          if (arr[n][sb] > largestNumber) {
            largestNumber = arr[n][sb];
          }
        }
    
        results[n] = largestNumber;
      }
    
      return results;
    }

    Code Explanation:

    • Create a variable to store the results as an array.
    • Create an outer loop to iterate through the main array.
    • Before going into the inner loop, create a variable to hold the largest number. This must be outside the inner loop.
    • Create another for loop to work with the sub-arrays.
    • Check if the element of the sub array is larger than the current largest number. If so, then save the number.
    • After the inner loop, save the largest number in the variable for the results.

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    Lavon
    @mochatriathlete
    hint
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    hint [1/8]

    ## :construction: After this are possible spoiler hints.

    Make sure you've tried to hard to solve it yourself before proceeding. :construction:

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    Lavon
    @mochatriathlete
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [2/8]

    # Explanation:

    You will get an array that contains sub arrays of numbers and you need to return an array with the largest number from each of the sub arrays.

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    Lavon
    @mochatriathlete
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [3/8]

    Hint: 1

    You will need to keep track of the array with the answer and the largest number of each sub-array.

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    Lavon
    @mochatriathlete
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [4/8]

    Hint: 2

    You can work with multidimensional arrays by Array[Index][SubIndex]

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    Lavon
    @mochatriathlete
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [5/8]

    Hint: 3

    Pay close attention to the timing of the storing of variables when working with loops

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    Lavon
    @mochatriathlete
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [6/8]

    Spoiler Alert!

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    Solutions ahead!

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    Lavon
    @mochatriathlete
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [7/8]

    Solution 1:

    function largestOfFour(arr) {
      var results = [];
      for (var n = 0; n < arr.length; n++) {
        var largestNumber = 0;
        for (var sb = 0; sb < arr[n].length; sb++) {
          if (arr[n][sb] > largestNumber) {
            largestNumber = arr[n][sb];
          }
        }
    
        results[n] = largestNumber;
      }
    
      return results;
    }

    Code Explanation:

    • Create a variable to store the results as an array.
    • Create an outer loop to iterate through the main array.
    • Before going into the inner loop, create a variable to hold the largest number. This must be outside the inner loop.
    • Create another for loop to work with the sub-arrays.
    • Check if the element of the sub array is larger than the current largest number. If so, then save the number.
    • After the inner loop, save the largest number in the variable for the results.

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    7386834273
    @7386834273
    how to write a code to return a largest number
    alex
    @virtuousvices
    Can someone help me debug?
    Keith Grout
    @keithGrout
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [1/8]

    ## :construction: After this are possible spoiler hints.

    Make sure you've tried to hard to solve it yourself before proceeding. :construction:

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    Keith Grout
    @keithGrout
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [2/8]

    # Explanation:

    You will get an array that contains sub arrays of numbers and you need to return an array with the largest number from each of the sub arrays.

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    Keith Grout
    @keithGrout
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [3/8]

    Hint: 1

    You will need to keep track of the array with the answer and the largest number of each sub-array.

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    Keith Grout
    @keithGrout
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [4/8]

    Hint: 2

    You can work with multidimensional arrays by Array[Index][SubIndex]

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    Keith Grout
    @keithGrout
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [5/8]

    Hint: 3

    Pay close attention to the timing of the storing of variables when working with loops

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    Keith Grout
    @keithGrout
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [6/8]

    Spoiler Alert!

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    Solutions ahead!

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]

    Keith Grout
    @keithGrout
    hint
    CamperBot
    @camperbot

    hint [7/8]

    Solution 1:

    function largestOfFour(arr) {
      var results = [];
      for (var n = 0; n < arr.length; n++) {
        var largestNumber = 0;
        for (var sb = 0; sb < arr[n].length; sb++) {
          if (arr[n][sb] > largestNumber) {
            largestNumber = arr[n][sb];
          }
        }
    
        results[n] = largestNumber;
      }
    
      return results;
    }

    Code Explanation:

    • Create a variable to store the results as an array.
    • Create an outer loop to iterate through the main array.
    • Before going into the inner loop, create a variable to hold the largest number. This must be outside the inner loop.
    • Create another for loop to work with the sub-arrays.
    • Check if the element of the sub array is larger than the current largest number. If so, then save the number.
    • After the inner loop, save the largest number in the variable for the results.

    type hint for next hint :pencil: [Contribute at the FCC Wiki]