# Rounding Inputs Up

Sep 27, 2007

The inputs for the fields of mth6, mth12, mth18, mth24, set50, set75, set 80 and set85.

I would like a way for it to round up to the nearest tenth.

IE:

from 2571 to 2580

from 148 to 150

ect.

any suggestions? Code:

## Rounding ...

Nov 9, 2003

I have to round a fractional value from a form input to either 0, 25, 50 or 75. I have succesfully tested the value and stripped the decimal place. If the value is for example .1, I round it to 0. If the value is say .2, I round it to .25. My problem is that when the value is > .75, my function is returning undefined. For the sake of brevity I will include only the relevant code.

var increments = new Array(0,25,50,75);

CharBefore = parseFloat(CharBefore); //the whole number
CharAfter = parseFloat(CharAfter); //the decimal

var x = parseFloat(increments.length - 1) ;

for ( i = 0; i <= x ; i++ ) {

var testValue = parseFloat(increments[i]);
if (CharAfter > testValue) { continue ; }
else {
var lowerValue = parseFloat(increments[i-1]);
if ((CharAfter > testValue) && (i==x)) {

median = (testValue + 100)/2 ;
if (CharAfter >= median) {
CharAfter = Ɔ'
CharBefore++;} //round up to next whole number
else { CharAfter = testValue; }

}
else {
median = (testValue + lowerValue)/2 ;
if (CharAfter >= median) { CharAfter = testValue; }
else { CharAfter = lowerValue; }

}
return CharBefore + '.' + CharAfter;
break;

}

} // End for loop

## Rounding A Number

Jul 23, 2005

i have some file size in bytes, and i want to get it in KB or MB, with
one decimal digit, for example:1268777 -> 1.2 MB

now i can have 1.210000... my question is how do you can round this number properly, if i use Math.round(number), i only get 1 MB

## Rounding Off Numbers

Jul 20, 2005

Is there a script that will round off a number to a certain number of
decimal places?

## Rounding Off Percentage Values

Oct 27, 2010

I have a problem in my code which is as follows:

Code:

<html>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">
<title>Insert title here</title>

[code]....

My problem here is that I am calculating the percentage values of a whole number and storing those values in text boxes respectively through javascript function.Now,what I need is that I want to round all the values to integer value such that the sum of integer values is equal to the final value.

## Rounding Returned Value From Jquery.css

Sep 7, 2011

So just found out the problem I was having, and came up with a solution (bandaid really) but would like to know if anyone else has run into this and what they did.

Code JavaScript:
var left_margin = \$(this).css('margin-left').replace(/D/g,'');

So the above, get the left margin of the object, strip all but numbers and store into a variable. Easy, right? Here's what happened. Inserted the object into the DOM, Chrome returned 212px, which was converted to 212�*fine. Firefox on the other hand returned 212.5px, which was converted to 2125� not fine. I'm centering the element on the screen based on this number, so the additional 2000ish pixels is WAY off. My solution was to increase one of my initial values a single pixel in which both browsers return 213px�*but like I said this is only a bandaid solution. Not really understanding the value of .5 pixel, but looking into that. Is there a rounding function in jquery? Javascript I would have to strip the px from the string, convert to integer and THEN round.

## Can't Rounding Off Percentage Values

Oct 27, 2010

I have a problem in my code which is as follows:

Code:

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<html>

[code]....

My problem here is that I am calculating the percentage values of a whole number and storing those values in text boxes respectively through javascript function.Now,what I need is that I want to round all the values to integer value such that the sum of integer values is equal to the final value.

## Rounding To Nearest 5th Number

Apr 26, 2011

I need help with figuring out how to round to the nearest 5th number.For example, if I had a variable with the value of 42, how can I round that up to 45; another example being 37 to 40.

## JQuery :: State Of The Art For Corner Rounding?

May 1, 2009

I have a half dozen bookmarks for rounded corner plugins, but am wondering if there's a "state of the art" plugin kicking any booty on that these days? What I'd *really* like is to just be able to set -moz border radiuses in CSS and have a plugin magically use those to create rounded corners in IE and Safari (IE mainly... using excanvas or something with it is fine, too).

## Rounding Figure And Have Only 3 Digits After Decimal Points

Nov 8, 2009

Suppose I do (5 * 0.039) + 0.59, then the result is 0.7849999999999999 - but I want to round it upwards and should have only 3 digits after decimal point. I found out that using toFixed(3) will get it to be 0.785, but the problem is that it add x.x00 for some numbers where there aren't much decimal numbers. Is there a way I can remove the 0's?

## Resolved Retrieve Number From A Form Input And Return It After Rounding?

Apr 10, 2009

I have a order form that adds up all the input boxes (45) and then totals them using function updatePrice() (which works) Im trying to have the output as XX.XX and cant figure out how to get the number from the id=txtTotal into the function round() and return the formatted number to txtTotal.

[Code]...

## Sum Inputs With The Same Name?

Jun 10, 2009

i have a form which has many inputs with the same name and i want to sum all

Code HTML4Strict:

<form name="autoSumForm">
<p>
1<input class="right" type=text name="firstBox[]" value="" onFocus="startCalc();" onBlur="stopCalc();">
101<input class="right" type=text name="firstBox[]" value="" onFocus="startCalc();" onBlur="stopCalc();">

[code]....

## JQuery :: Get Only Inputs In Div?

Apr 15, 2010

For instance [code]...

But I dont know how to get only the inputs in the div.

## Validating The Sum Of Two Inputs

Aug 31, 2009

I am trying to write a js that validates a form with two text inputs. The two inputs are: 'D_techA' and 'D_techB'. I just want to add up (sum) the two input fields (which must be positive numbers) and make sure that they add up to exactly 100 (not more and not less). If they do not add up to 100, then an alert should pop up that says "The two values must add up to exactly 100." I have tried and tried to write a js that does this validation (looking at numerous validation scripts posted in this forum and elsewhere) and I just cannot seem to make it work.

<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" />
<title>Untitled Document</title>
<body>
[Code]...

## Using The Inputs From Form?

Apr 11, 2010

I have done lots of looking on the web, but am still unable to figure out why I can not make this simple assignment work.I just need some help with getting something to happen when the user hits submit. What I really want is for a new page to appear with the message using the user inputs, but I would be very happy with just getting the input to appear in the text area that I put in or even for the alert box to pop up with the input. I can work on validation code after I can get some kind of output to work.....

Here is the code I have written:

<html>
<title>Name and Age</title>

[code]....

## Stretch To Fit Inputs

Jul 19, 2006

Do you know how gmail's textarea stretches to accomodate text?

I want my inputs to behave like that.

I tried using css:
fit: fill;

But that didn't work. Not even in Mozilla.

How do I do this?

In other words

<input type="text" name="name_first">
<input type="text" name="name_middle">
<input type="text" name="name_last">

I want the fields to line up like this.

+---------+ +---+ +-------+
| Garrett | | S | | Smith |
+---------+ +---+ +-------+

and if the user changes "name_middle" to "Sean", then the middle field should expand.

+---------+ +------+ +-------+
| Garrett | | Sean | | Smith |
+---------+ +------+ +-------+

I think I'll need to know the width of the input's value. I think that's actually possible in IE's Range.

## Jquery :: Get Value Of Inputs

Mar 6, 2010

I have 100 inputs with name - table[].

How to get their value with jQuery,like \$_POST['table'] ,as I do in PHP.

I tryed:

But I want to get them as an array.

## How To Dd Form Inputs

Feb 8, 2010

I am trying to put together a form that adds up the input that is put into seperate text input fields in the form.

Here is a little of the code that I am trying.

Code:

<script language="JavaScript">
/* <![CDATA[ */
function sum(objRef) {

[code]...

## Problem With Text Inputs

Dec 28, 2005

I've got a proble because text inputs made by function are outside frameset and below submit button.

What should I do to make it work properly?

Here is code:

Jul 20, 2005

With this script I can force the user to select the checkbox befor continuing, but now I have a menu with lots of radio unputs and I would like the user to select at least 2 of them; how can I check it?

<form name=formulario>
<INPUT type=checkbox name=casilla>
<INPUT type=button value="Salir"
onclick="Goingout()">
</form>

<script>
function Goingout(){
if (document.formulario.casilla.checked) window.close()
else alert("Select this option to continue")
}
</script>

## JQuery :: Get Values From Inputs?

Jul 20, 2010

I want to create a dynamic clickable color picker like this:

When I click a square it has to select a color from the list - it's simple but...

There are inputs with the same name="color_number" - I'm trying to get those values but it returns just the first one, so there's working just first color.

This is my code:

var color_number = \$j('[name=color_number]').val();
\$j('div.color-picker-'+color_number).click(function() {
\$j("#input_Kolor option:contains('"+color_number+"')").val();
\$j("#input_Kolor option[selected]").removeAttr("selected");

[Code].....

## JQuery :: Multiple Inputs With Same Id ?

Oct 4, 2011

Say I have multiple buttons with the same id, but different values.. how do I know what button the user has clicked on? is there away for this? or can I just add onClick function (pass_value)?

## Adding Inputs Into An Array

Aug 13, 2010

I want to make a script that will insert all text type inputs into an array. From there I want to be able to call them and edit them. Here is what I have so far and it is not working.

var phone1 = '702'
var inputArray = new Array();
var inputs = document.getElementsByTagName('input');
inputs;
if (input.type == 'text') { inputArray.push(inputs.id); }
inputArray.reverse();
inputArray[0].value = phone1;

## Passing The Form Inputs?

Oct 25, 2010

I need to style a checkbox, so I made it into two images behind a form with hidden inputs. On click the form takes input from the other form into the hidden fields and POSTs it. Then I use PHP to grab that POST and put it back into the original form.Here are some snippets of what I am trying to do:

First form input:

<input type="text" name="email" id="email1" value="<?php if(isset(\$_POST['email2'])) { echo \$_POST['email2']; } ?>" style="height:25px;width:270px;" />

Second form input:

<input type="hidden" name="email2" id="email2" />

Second form submit image button:

<input type="image" src="img/Boxchecked.jpg" value="submit" onclick="fname2.value = fname1.value; lname2.value = lname1.value; email2.value = email1.value" width="20" height="20" />

The forms work fantastic on everything but IE, which does not save the field values. How do I fix the onclick event to save them in IE?

## Validating Prompt Inputs

Dec 1, 2010

Validating Prompt Inputs

## Recalling Functions From Other Inputs?

Jan 10, 2011

Is there a way to call everything from one element's onKeyUp (or onBlur, etc.) in another element's onKeyUp, etc?For example, I have something like this:

<input
type="text"
name="val_1"

[code]....