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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default last question I promise

    thanks for all of your help! I have two textfields that follow your previous example (textfield1 is a number and textfield2 is that number times 2) I was wondering if i create another instance of this, say textfield3 and texfield4(the number in textfield3 multiplyed by 3) can I then add textfield2 and textfield4 and display that result in another textfield?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default why not just try it?

    The answer is "of course." But you would have know that much sooner if you&#039d just tried it.<BR><BR>If you are smart about naming your fields, you can even automate this whole thing, so that you can do it all in a loop.<BR><BR>You might want to visit some of the better JavaScript sites, such as (with their JS FAQ, for example).<BR><BR>

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