dwbh

07-11-2002, 02:10 PM

Hi,

Here's a script I'm working on that's giving me fits:

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function removeRow(num) {

var frm = document.forms[0];

var num = new Number(num);

var yearsNum = new Number(frm.NumYears.value);

var divNames = buildArray("DIV", /d\d\d\da/);

var fromLen = divNames.length;

writeFirstValues(fromLen);

var seeNSNarray = getVisibleNSNs();

var seeNSNnums = new Array();

for(var x=0; x < (seeNSNarray.length); x++) {

seeNSNnums[x] = new Number(seeNSNarray[x].id.slice(3));

}

***alert(seeNSNnums[1]==5);

***alert(num==5);

***alert(seeNSNnums[1]==num);

***for(var y=0; y < (seeNSNnums.length); y++) {

***if(seeNSNnums[y] == num) {var valid=true; alert(true);}

***}

***if(!valid) {alert("Please enter the number of a row containing an NSN."); return false;}

frm.NSN.value=(frm.NSN.value-1);

removed = NSN_value.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = FY.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = TotalQty.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = MinQty.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = MaxQty.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = Centra.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = CgCode.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = RevLetter.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = AMRC.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = TobyBid.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

writeTable();

};

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The six lines where I've added *** are the problem lines here. Notice that I have three alert functions, testing whether a variable is equal to five, then whether a second variable is also equal to five, then finally whether the first variable and second variable are equal to each other. I then set a flag variable if the two variables are equal that I use to validate the function.

When I pass five as my function parameter (num), the alert messages come back "true", "true", and "false". How can this be!? Both variable should be the same variable type (number), and I can't see anything else that would affect this. I am completely bamboozled...help!

Sam

Here's a script I'm working on that's giving me fits:

====================================

function removeRow(num) {

var frm = document.forms[0];

var num = new Number(num);

var yearsNum = new Number(frm.NumYears.value);

var divNames = buildArray("DIV", /d\d\d\da/);

var fromLen = divNames.length;

writeFirstValues(fromLen);

var seeNSNarray = getVisibleNSNs();

var seeNSNnums = new Array();

for(var x=0; x < (seeNSNarray.length); x++) {

seeNSNnums[x] = new Number(seeNSNarray[x].id.slice(3));

}

***alert(seeNSNnums[1]==5);

***alert(num==5);

***alert(seeNSNnums[1]==num);

***for(var y=0; y < (seeNSNnums.length); y++) {

***if(seeNSNnums[y] == num) {var valid=true; alert(true);}

***}

***if(!valid) {alert("Please enter the number of a row containing an NSN."); return false;}

frm.NSN.value=(frm.NSN.value-1);

removed = NSN_value.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = FY.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = TotalQty.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = MinQty.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = MaxQty.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = Centra.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = CgCode.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = RevLetter.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = AMRC.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

removed = TobyBid.splice((num-1), yearsNum);

writeTable();

};

===========================

The six lines where I've added *** are the problem lines here. Notice that I have three alert functions, testing whether a variable is equal to five, then whether a second variable is also equal to five, then finally whether the first variable and second variable are equal to each other. I then set a flag variable if the two variables are equal that I use to validate the function.

When I pass five as my function parameter (num), the alert messages come back "true", "true", and "false". How can this be!? Both variable should be the same variable type (number), and I can't see anything else that would affect this. I am completely bamboozled...help!

Sam