Number / Category Association - Automatically Default Correctly When Put In Just The Number
Jun 16, 2011
When updating our agency's webpage daily, [URL] I am looking for a shortcut to save time.. When I update air quality numbers. I have to put the conditions. Ex.. 50 = good 100= moderate etc etc. As you see here(bold and underlined)
Well instead of having to type good or moderate every-time to correlate with the numbers, I want to find a way the category can automatically default correctly when I put in just the number. Ex, if I put in the number 100, it automatically knows to issue/ put Moderate with out me having to type it. I semi wrote a code .. Yet can't seem to know how to execute. Seeing if Maybe I can get some assistance.
I have a function below where every time a question is submitted, it will add a new row in the table with a textbox which allows numbers entry only. My question is that I don't know how to code these features in this function:
I want the text box to be between 0 and 100, so if text box contains a number which is above 100, it will automatically change the number to the maximum number which is 100.
I have this script that is supposed to check if a number the user guesses is the same as the randomly generated number.Problem is that the random number generated at the start of the program keeps on changing everytime I click on the "Check if I'm right" button, the random number gets generated again and I never ever get to reach the correct answer
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Hello everyone... I've got a question about an onKeyUp event. I'm using a text box that HAS to be a negative number therefore it has to have a - sign in front of the number. Can someone point me in the right direction as to how to write a function to do this? Thanks so much...
When I used toFixed() method on a number, I thought that this method round a number to a specified approximation, but I got a surprising result, the number became string! 15.23689.toFixed(2) ==> "15.24". So does it convert the number into string?
I am trying to figure out how to make a random number I can plug into a script count down from that number at certain times of the day until it reaches 0. I would like it to reset itself at midnight every day. I'm trying to make it work with a script I found on here that resets itself at midnight every day. So instead of it counting down too fast, it would count down to the next number after a randomly generated number of minutes until it reaches 0. But it wouldn't necessarily have to end at 0 at midnight. It could go from 845 to 323 at the end of the day at a slower pace. Is that possible?
What i'm trying to do is replacing the size=180 part of the src (in this case an image) with size=400 so that the images appear larger. I can't simply replace any "180" with "800" because the value might be present in the lid or isbn.So far I've pretty much cut the url up in pieces (I reckon it could be done a lot easier), but I'm stuck with replacing it.[code]
I am delving into the coding world and while I understand the basic principle of cookies, conditional statements, arrays, etc...I have looked around the web and this forum with little success. If the situation below is too complicated, I would really appreciate even a shove in the right direction regarding the logic.How could I show a preset counter which counts up from a preset, beginning number toward a preset, end number? I imagine the increment and speed is set be the difference between the two numbers and a timeframe.
:confused: Assumptions:I would rather not set the increment but edit the end number to show a steady increase. As I update that number, the increment adapts dynamically. I would want the number/script to be useful, so it should not refresh to the beginning number on each page load (i.e. num=0). When a visitor comes to the page, it must seem like the counter has been steadily been increasing in their absence.Coke or Pesi did something similar one time regarding cans sold to date (doubt it was plugged into a DB somewhere but rather based on a steady sales figure) and it was pretty cool.
I have a pdf form that has an invoice number I would like to make the number in the text field add (1) each time the document open and save it, so that the next time the document is opened it will display a consecutive number. Example: 9078, 9079, 9080, 9081...etc.
i am using ajax but this is the problem in js it is giving me a NaN when i goto check the output. on two different servers two different responses on my localhost test environment i am getting the correct info and on the server online i get NaN response. i am using this to set the width of my hp bar
Code: document.getElementById("ehpBar").style.width=count1+"%"; and count1 looks like this Code: var count1 = hp/basehp*100;
i have tried rounding it and everything and i just get the same stupid NaN error. I can use each variable by itself and it outputs the correct number on both servers and then when i try to divide it NaN on one server and works perfectly on the other. I know it is probably something simple i am just missing it.
I have a string stored in a variable var = "4.25 houses".
I would like to only extract the currency value, ie "4.25" from this. Is this possible? Also I would like to divide and multiply the new variable I get... does this number need to be converted or something?
So my problem is: Given any double or triple digit number, how do i get all but the last digit. Like if i have 13, I need to make an int with 1. If it's 103 i need one with 10.
I am looking to determine an element number in a form of a field based on its name so I can start looping through the next 50 elements. I know the name but can not find how to determine its element number.