If you look at the error in the console, it's saying '
youHit is not defined'
Now there's the problem - at the start of your code (lines 3-7) you're using a comparison operator (
===) when you're supposed to be using an assignment operator (
=== is used to compare the value and type of two operands.
That solved the problem. I hadn't really been paying a lot of attention to those before since I get them mixed up easily. I'm still new at this so thanks!
Glad it worked!
Just for reference:
x = y: assign x as y
x == y: return true if x has the same value as y
x === y: return true if x has the same value and type as y
The difference between the last two is that, for example, the integers 0 and 1 can be used as the booleans true and false respectively.
So if x was 1 and y was 'true':
x == y would return
true because their values both equate to true or 1.
x === y would return
false, because 1 and true are not the same type (as 1 is an integer and true is a boolean).
I didn't know that that was how they worked. Thanks for helping me, I'll be sure to remember it!