It's on droid script...
- ChrisLv 71 month ago
I guess you should take another look at the tutorial: http://androidscript.org/droidscript/tutorials/?tu...
Programming doesn't mean you just make a bad guess at how the program could look like, then immediately ask online for help; you need to actually learn how the language works and what the syntax is.
- husoskiLv 71 month ago
I waited for someone with more JS experience to answer. Didn't happen.
The image is fuzzy, but it looks like there's something (a thin space or maybe a '.') between "on" and "start". That's not a valid object name in JS. A name can only contain letters, digits, dollar ('$') signs and/or underscores ('_') and can't begin with a digit. No spaces or other characters are allowed. Those are the rules for ASCII characters. Unicode allows some extra options, like letters from non-English alphabets, but I haven't had the need for any of that.
The "var" declaration inside the function is missing the variable. A declaration gives a variable a name, and optionally a value. It looks like:
var grunt = "lemme smash";
After that, a variable named "grunt" is defined and refers to the string value "lemme smash".
You aren't using any variables in your function, though, so I don't know why you even have a var statement. If it's because you're going to use the string "lemme smash", don't bother. String literals don't need to be declared.