Do Programming Challenges #1, 2, and 3 on pages 211-212
Put your solutions in a folder lab5, zip it and submit it
Function getAlert for PC_3-2.html
#1. Save it as number1.html
NOTE: the formula for conversion from Fahrenheit to Celsius is incorrect in the book.
It should be Fahrenheit = (Celsius * 9/5) + 32
First prompt the user for C or F (whether the temperature will be input as Celsius or Fahrenheit)
Then prompt the user for the temperature, and display the converted temperature followed by either a C or F.
For example, the first prompt :”Will the temperature be input in Celsius or Fahrenheit? Enter C for Celsius, F for Fahrenheit”
Second prompt: “Enter the temperature to be converted”
If the user entered F and 32, the output would be: 32 degrees F = 0 degrees C
#2. You can add code to number1.html so you don’t need a separate file for this. After you have output the converted temperature, then put one of the comments on the page . In the example I gave (temp of 32 degrees F) you would write “Pretty cold with a chance of snow” You will need to write nested if statements for this part. Save as number2.html.
#3. Again, nested if statements. Save in the Chapter3 folder as number3.html
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