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    You just don't need this line ...

    You just don't need this line


    clearTimeout(loopTimer);
    }
    loopTimer=setTimeout("frameLooper()",100);
    }
    //frameLooper();
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    Here is the updated Code

    Here is the updated Code


    <!DOCTYPE html><html lang="en">
    <head>
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <title>Outputs</title>
    <script type = "text/javascript">
    // Start of javascript magic
    ...
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    0 & any number grater than 17 is not a part of...

    0 & any number grater than 17 is not a part of any of our tables. If value in box1 or box2 is not between 1-17 or no selection in drpdown, the value in total and output will remainn blank that is...
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    Here is the working file. You don't need to...

    Here is the working file. You don't need to change any thing in javascript section. Just copy and paste table code in the body section and rename ids to proper number.

    Hope this will help.



    ...
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    Ok. Lets suppose user select 1 from the first...

    Ok. Lets suppose user select 1 from the first drop down. Then he enters/types 8 in # box and 9 in S box. What will be the value in T box?
    If user select 2 from dropdown and enters 4 in # box and 5...
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    Now what are those 1st Box and second box. Can...

    Now what are those 1st Box and second box. Can you please be more specific regarding textbox names with reference to Row and Column numbers. Or Simple take a screen shot fill/edit it in microsoft...
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    Yes I can fix it but I am sorry to say, I still...

    Yes I can fix it but I am sorry to say, I still have not understood the logic of your program.
    1 -user select "1" in first dropdown,
    2- Now he puts a value in # textbox. This value can only be...
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    Yes you can do this. Just add a style attribute...

    Yes you can do this. Just add a style attribute to your option

    <option style = "background:yellow" value="4">4</option>
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    Here is the complete working code. It is just a...

    Here is the complete working code. It is just a single function and 2 dimensional array doing the trick

    Working fine for row1 and row2 (as you only provided 2 tables for dropdown)

    If you need...
  10. Actually you are trying to access a property of...

    Actually you are trying to access a property of an element that is not yet created. Make sure the page is completely loaded and all elements are created.

    Here is another approach
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    Please make sure it is meSpeak.js or mespeak.js

    Please make sure it is meSpeak.js or mespeak.js
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    Here is my approach. I think a single function...

    Here is my approach. I think a single function will do the trick. Call it in a button click.

    function calculateValues(){
    var radioVal = 0;
    var textVal = 0;
    var group =...
  13. I found these sites best for practice and improve...

    I found these sites best for practice and improve my skills

    http://www.codecademy.com/

    http://www.codeavengers.com/

    Writing a chrome extension is not that big task if you are master in html...
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    by zealouss
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    Although you are assuming the prompt results as...

    Although you are assuming the prompt results as numbers but they are actually strings. You have to explicitly convert them to numbers to perform calculations

    Here is the solution of your problem
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    I have written a small function for you ...

    I have written a small function for you

    function getBussinessDays(days){
    var cDate = new Date();
    for (var i = 1; i <= days ; i++){
    var counter = 1;
    cDate.setDate(cDate.getDate() +...
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