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Conditional statement code correction

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Please correct this code.  The conditional statement appears as text on the page, and it isn't executed...

<script type="text/javascript">
if(!TestforTouchScreen() )
{document.write ('function init() {alert("Sorry, there is no vacancy.  Please try alternative dates, or contact us for assistance.");}window.onload = init;');}
</script>
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<script type="text/javascript">
if(!TestforTouchScreen() )
{document.write ('<script>function init() {alert("Sorry, there is no vacancy.  Please try alternative dates, or contact us for assistance.");}window.onload = init;<\/script>');}
</script>

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by:ddantes
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Perfect.
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