JQuery :: Adding Two Arrays Into A Single Json Encode Method?

Oct 20, 2010

I am working on creating a JSON feed that is later being used with Arshaw's fullCalendar, which I am integrating into Expression Engine CMS. Currently I am doing the following, and all works well.

<?php $ms_title_array = array(); ?>
<?php $ms_start_date = array(); ?>
<?php $ms_due_date = array(); ?>

[code]....

What I am curious about is I am trying to create another array set that is pulling new information from a different source. Is it possible to use the json_encode(); method to encode two separate variables?If not, is there a way I can create the event variable and store both the information you see in the while loop with information that I would store into a new while loop? I'm a little stumped

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JQuery :: Extract Data From This JSON Encode?

Jun 25, 2009

I have this JSON file that does the encoding from the states database.I want to extract it out using jquery and populate the select dropdown box. the json file is being encoded in this way:

[
{"State":{"name":"AUSTRALIA CAPITAL TERRITORY"}},
{"State":{"name":"NEW SOUTH WALES"}},

[code]....

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May 26, 2009

I am building a client-side and server-side solution and want to use JSON through Ajax in both directions. I have ASP or JavaScript server-side, though Microsoft's support of server side JavaScript seems nil, so I am reluctantly conceeding to use ASP. I'd appreciate suggestions on available solutions to encode/decode JSON on the server-side (ASP or JavaScript). I don't plan to load jQuery server-side so that rules out plug-ins. I'd also like to know what is the latest client-side encode/decode for JSON. Is it built in jQuery or a plug-in? In both server and client, decoding JSON securely is key, so using eval () to decode is out.

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...
success: function(data) {

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Jan 8, 2011

I have a choice when creating a new API that I would like other peoples opinions on. Do I use a single Array or Multiple arrays such as: array[1][1] = "ID[56]NAME[Hello World]START[10]"; OR

ID[1][1] = 56;
Name[1][1] = "Hello World";
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The API is used for animations so is very heavy work, but would using around 15 multidimensional arrays be too much and a single one be preferable???

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Feb 1, 2011

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What i need is: when someone clicks on an option, if it isn't selected is should be selected, but if it's already selected then it should be unselected.

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["Fish","Bones","Carrots"]
]
document.write(txt[0][1] + " love eating " + txt[1][1]);

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Jun 11, 2009

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located here [URL]

do you know where i can find what i need??

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Feb 7, 2011

Is there a Jquery method I could use to quickly parse a JSONP object, looking for an embedded object called "error" ?? If I were to do the following:
jQuery.each(query.data.error, function(i,error){ //....}
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Sep 29, 2011

I cannot figure out how to return the array back to the main method!
import java.util.*;
//lab 3
public class Prices{
public static void main(String[] args){
double []array;
array = new double[10];
double fullPrice;

fullPrice = fillPrices(array);
System.out.println("testing");
}public static double fillPrices(double []tenValues){
Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in);
double prices;

System.out.println("Please enter 10 prices: ");
for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++)
tenValues[i] = input.nextDouble();
return tenValues;
}}
I thought you return an array by simply return (array name);

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Apr 1, 2010

Is it possible to "properly" delete a single element from an array /object?This seems strange:

javascript Code:

Original
- javascript Code
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[code]....

Do I have to overwrite the old object with a manually created new object?

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May 12, 2011

Here are the picture.

[IMG]http://img830.imageshack.us/img830/6774/chequea.jpg[/IMG]
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<jsp:useBean id="labelBean" scope="session" class="my.com.infopro.ibank.ui.bean.LabelBean"/>
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JQuery :: Adding Rules From JSON For Dynamically Created Controls?

Jan 3, 2012

I'm building all my forms dinamically, calling a web service that returns me the field type, description and a set of rules for validation, all in JSON format. No matter how hard I tried, calling rules("add", ...) after adding the control to DOM does not work since I don't get the right format for the rules. Has anyone tried doing that (returning the rules with JSON and adding to a dynamic control)?

The rules come this way:

data.d[0].ItemRules
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Jul 23, 2010

I got help with creating a method (to have only increments of 10 as valid values for certain fields in the form).

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return (value % 10) == 0;
}, "Your order of vaccine must be in increments of 10");

I've also found info on how to add rules to a class (there are multiple fields and name generated dynamically so I have to use class).

jQuery.validator.addClassRules("fluzone_", { roundnumber: true});

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Aug 25, 2011

I need to create address fields as follows:

Address Line Fields: text should be input into these fields manually Primary Address field: text should be dynamically populated into this field based on the text manually input from the Address Line fields.

The below are the manual input fields:

Address Line 1: Text1
Address Line 2: Text2
Address Line 3: Text3
Address Line 4: Text4
Address Line 5: Text5
Address Line 6: Text6
City: Text7
State/County/Region: Text8
Zip Code/Post Code: Text9

The below is the Primary Address field which should look like this when the text has been input into the manual fields:

Primary Address: Text1, Text2, Text3, Text4, Text5, Text6, Text7, Text8, Text9

In other words, as I type the text in the Address Line fields, the text is added to the Primary Address field or textbox separated by commas automatically/dynamically.

Is this at all possible with javascript and is there some code that can do it?

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There's an object:

foo = new Object();

and a property called 'bar' with a value of 1 is to be added to it using
JSON. If I try the following it only demonstrates my ignorance:

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eval(str);
alert(foo.bar) // gives undefined

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///////////////////////////////////////////////
$.ajax({

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Jun 12, 2010

I have acollection of local variables populated via Flash movies and scripts, and now I need to submit an ajax post (can also be get, but prefer post). I have tried:

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type: "POST",
url: "/myurl",
data: "p1=" + localParam1 + "&p2=" + localParam2,
success: function(msg){
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}
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The problem with this is the encoding of the localParam1 and localParam2 sometimes breaks the normal & delimeters. An even more problem is I sometimes haveupwards of 25+ local variables that I need to submit. These inline +s makes it feel, and look, like one huge hack - not to mention the encoding. One last restriction: I cannot use any jquery plugins due to the company's policy. So, I'm looking for something small and light as a solution - not a plug-in. Isn't there an easy way to do this? ONe thought I had was to create a new <form> on the page, and insert the variables as new <input /> fields - and then finally submit the entire form. Again, a big hack + css

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Jul 23, 2005

I think my last question was not clear, so people gave me the reverse
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I want to put a string in an html file, and human eyes or robots will not be
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For example I want to turn this one
<a href="#" onclick="this.href='http://www.google.com'">click here</a>
into
<a href="#" onclick="this.href=' encoded of h encoded of t encoded of t
encoded of p encoded of :
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This plus disable right click will make search engines and view source
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May 17, 2007

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problem I'm having is that the parent url has a # sign in it, like:
http://localhost/mysite/me.html#01

i need the #01 to stay in the url after the refresh, anyway to do
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didn't work, as it escaped everything including the :// in http://

i also tried:
window.opener.location.href(window.opener.location .protocol + "//" +
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problem with that was i lost the #01 in the url, pathname didn't
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I've recently come upon an odd Javascript (and/or browser) behavior, and after hunting around the Web I still can't seem to find an answer.

Specifically, I have noticed that the Javascript encode() function behaves differently if a codepage has been set.

<script>
document.write(escape(''));
(note: that should be five accented characters)
</script>

Produces: %D4%E8%EB%EC%E8

But setting the codepage to Windows-1251:

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html;
charset=Windows-1251">
<script>
document.write(escape(''));
</script>

Produces: %u0424%u0438%u043B%u043C%u0438

Personally, I wouldn't expect the Javascript encode() function to change its behavior if the codepage has been changed.

Might you know of any resources that can help me better understand what's happening there?

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