Task 1: Build a function-based console log message generator
In this exercise, your task is to code a function named
consoleStyler, which accepts four parameters:
Inside the body of the consoleStyler() function declaration, you need to do the following:
- Create a new variable named message, and assign the following to it on the very first line inside the consoleStyler() function body.:
"%c" + txt;
Tip: Do not copy the 3 back ticks. These are used to format this document in the Preview tab.
2. Create a style variable and assign the following to it on the next line:
Tip: The single backtick before color and after the semi-colon must be included.
3. Next, update the style variable (using the += operator) with the following code:
Tip: The single backtick before background and after the semi-colon must be included.
4. Then, update the style variable (again, using the += operator) with the following code:
Tip: The single backtick before font-size and after the semi-colon must be included.
5. Finally, console log the message and style variables inside the
consoleStyler function declaration.
Hint: Be sure to use backticks (``) when updating your variable styles and not single (‘’) or double (“”) quotes.
Task 2: Build another console log message generator.
Your task is to code another function, and name it
celebrateStyler(). The function accepts a single parameter, reason, which should be of string data type.
Inside the function declaration’s body, code the following:
- A new variable, named fontStyle, assigning it this code:
"color: tomato; font-size: 50px";
- On the next line, an if statement, verifying that
reason == "birthday".
- Inside the body of the if block, code the following:
console.log(`%cHappy birthday`, fontStyle);
- On the next line, add an else if, and inside the parentheses, check that
reason == "champions"
- Inside the else if block, add this code:
console.log(`%cCongrats on the title!`, fontStyle);
- Add an else block, with the following code inside of it:
Task 3: Run both the consoleStyler and the celebrateStyler functions
- Invoke the consoleStyler() function, with the following arguments:
- Next, invoke the celebrateStyler() function, with the following argument:
Task 4: Insert a congratulatory and custom message
- Code another function, named
The function declaration’s body should consist of two function invocations:
consoleStyler(color, background, fontSize, txt);
- Next, invoke the new function, using the following arguments:
'You made it!'