I need to acsess an object property via variables, but don't get ahead.
var property = height;
"height" is a property of the object "flower". Now, I need a possibility to access "flower.height" with my variable property, means -->"flower.property" I tried everything like "flower.[property]" "flower.['property']" etc. but nothing did help.
I have an object with a single Method to load content from a xml file. The problem is... how do I add a property to the object to store the data loaded?? I tryed adding a simple Array inside the object, but didn't work.
I have a number of input boxes used to display totals based on selected items for each row in a table. There are more than a few rows that are identical, except for the form field name. I have added a sample of that below (there would be many more rows).
I'm wondering if there is a way to dynamically generate the variable names (ie: T1val, T2val, etc.) in my function 'calc', based on the argument 'regnum' that I pass it. The problem right now, is that I have to repeat lines 9 to 15 for every row that I add, using the specific variable names for each. If there was some way to dynamically create and assign them using the value of 'regnum' (similar to using 'elements'), that would be great.
I guess one way might be to create hidden fields for each of those variables, and I could then use the 'elements' syntax to assign values, but wondered if there is a simpler way. Code:
As you can see in the above code the output of the script will be the 3rd node(starting from 0 to 2). I would like to assign the output of "x.childNodes.nodeValue" to the variable that was declared in the beginning "strValue".
I have tried different combinations but since the variable needs to be encapsulated with the "<% %>" notation because of JSP, I am stumped.
I have a form set up in which the end-user enters in the 'alexr2012' (form variable = sname) How do I change out the alexr2012 to sname so that the Data value is not hard coded ? that is - the data value is determine by the end-user entry ?
I have several lines of code in different functions where I need to refer to elements in document.form.max, so I figured I would define it as a global variable called tb1 to shorten the writing. The result however is the page senses an error as soon as it gets to tb1.value, of which I can't figure out why since things work when I change tb1 into a local variable. I was under the impression that global = full scope, so I'm not sure what's wrong here.[code]...
I need to be able to dynamically assign a variable to the height attribute of a div(flashOverlay) based on the height and t position of another div(pageContent). I am using the following script to capture the variable data. How do I apply this var to the div?