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ranjitcool
04-20-2005, 02:11 PM
hi

i kept an online exam

i want to display the SUBMIT button only when the user selects a option (in here radio button)

please give me the script a simple one for this......pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee


i am waiting eagirely

thanx

bye

jbot
04-20-2005, 02:22 PM
please give me the script a simple one for this......pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

nooooooooooooooooooooooooo, work it for yourself, you lazy sod, you. if you can't do it for yourself, you don't deserve to pass your exam.

ranjitcool
04-20-2005, 02:56 PM
nooooooooooooooooooooooooo, work it for yourself, you lazy sod, you. if you can't do it for yourself, you don't deserve to pass your exam.


u dumb fool

wonder what u did 1000+ posts.........

i dont have an exam.i WANT TO MAKE AN EXAM SCRIPT

u dumb fool :D

jkd
04-20-2005, 03:09 PM
nooooooooooooooooooooooooo, work it for yourself, you lazy sod, you. if you can't do it for yourself, you don't deserve to pass your exam.

Ha, do try to actually read the thread before using that kind of language. :)

jbot
04-20-2005, 03:15 PM
i dont have an exam. i WANT TO MAKE AN EXAM SCRIPT


that's not how it reads ... "I kept an exam" sounds like you're doing one. it's not me who's the fool, since you can't even type in the correct English. yes, it may not be your first language, but it is for most on here and consequently we'll read your post how it has been typed in.

furthermore, what you want to do obviously hasn't been thought out. you really don't want to rely on JS to do anything. after all, how does the user do the exam if they have no Js support. you want the exam to work regardless. so what you're really after is serverside validation. I guess that being so clever you already knew that and were just testing us fools, of course. :rolleyes:

jbot
04-20-2005, 03:17 PM
Ha, do try to actually read the thread before using that kind of language. :)

i did, and it read like he was trying to cheat in an exam. "i kept an exam" sounds like pidgin english for "i'm doing an exam", to me. hence the sarcasm...

jkd
04-20-2005, 03:22 PM
Calm down a bit, there is no need for sarcasm. No one is judging you, and there is no point in being defensive. Just, relax. :)

snowieken
04-20-2005, 03:23 PM
Ha, do try to actually read the thread before using that kind of language. :)Apart from the fact that his intention was not really correct, and his wording was completely unnecessary, jbot unwillingly pointed out a problem I do have with this thread.

I have noticed that quite some people seem to think this is the "provide me a script for free" forum, making no effort at all to at least try to find the solution and blatantly expecting someone else will write a script for them. This clearly shows by the way they post sometimes.
please give me the script a simple one for this......pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeSure, he said "please", but hey. :rolleyes:

I don't really know if this is the case here, and even whether I want to make a big deal out of this, but it's just a feeling I seem to have. Somehow it really refrains me from helping sometimes. Is it just me?

ranjitcool
04-20-2005, 03:44 PM
thanx moderator...u r nice...

instead of thinking no one tried for it...why dont u think the other way?

i did try and gave up when i cudnt get....

plus the guy is from britan.....where english was born...huh....... either ways....


when i heard of coding forums was a place where u cud get help not a place where people with 1400+ posts firght with newbees saying their english is wrong..

plus what if any one had an exam? so shudnt he ask for help??

seems to be the J 1400+ posts guy is getting old born in 1972 u see......

NOT OF THIS GENERATION.....haha old is gold.......not in this case

:D

ranjitcool
04-20-2005, 03:47 PM
and yes forgot to say........its

" i kept and exam" not i have an exam ok........

goshhhhhhh he has to improve his reading skills...hahahaha


indeed!

it no way sounds like i have an exam

haha ..ok learn abcd;s dude! old fellow hahaha

jkd
04-20-2005, 03:48 PM
snow...

There are two approaches to this problem.

1. Reply to the thread, informing the poster that their thread was poorly worded, and suggesting alternatives that are mostly ignored.

2. Realize that is it in fact, your own prerogative to read the thread, and not an obligation to shift through some unintelligable mass of English.

After over 7 years at WSAbstract, JavascriptKit, and now CodingForums, I take the latter approach. I don't reply to poorly worded threads unless my duties as a moderator require me to. If the poster wonders why no one replies, they can either try again at another forum where they will achieve a similar result, or they can look around and see that it was because of how they asked their question, and adjust their post next time around.

jkd
04-20-2005, 03:51 PM
and yes forgot to say........its

" i kept and exam" not i have an exam ok........

goshhhhhhh he has to improve his reading skills...hahahaha


indeed!

it no way sounds like i have an exam

haha ..ok learn abcd;s dude! old fellow hahaha

And you sound like you're 12 years old. Everyone relax a bit?

jbot
04-20-2005, 03:52 PM
I have noticed that quite some people seem to think this is the "provide me a script for free" forum, making no effort at all to at least try to find the solution and blatantly expecting someone else will write a script for them. This clearly shows by the way they post sometimes.

Somehow it really refrains me from helping sometimes. Is it just me?

no, it's not just you. hence my recourse to sardonic responses. requesting a script for an exam suggests that you're actually undertaking an online exam in JS and would rather someone gave you the answer rather than work it out for oneself. that's how I read the OP's thread.

apologies for the sarcasm, but "kept" could be misconstrued as "have" given something was probably lost in translation.

snowieken
04-20-2005, 03:55 PM
Fair comments, jkd.

I actually took this thread as an example for this - as I said, I don't know if it applies here and I am frankly not prepared to judge about that either. It's just a feeling I was having lately, and I saw a good chance of posting about it. But yes, if the question disturbs you in some way, it might indeed be better to not answer at all...

I'm glad some people seem to know where I am coming from, though.

ranjitcool
04-20-2005, 03:56 PM
haha

yuck

thanx guys i registered in sitepoint and the same post got me a PM and 4 replies hahaha


yuck coding forums is so narrow minded.......

eu gross!!

dont worry..i aint coming back .....ciao!

hmmm what shud i say.......i aint 12 yrs..lol u see 12 yr old doesnt get a job in dell as soon as he passes out engineering

its more of.......is the problem solved not about the english grammer!!!!!!!

and please i have a score of 290 of 200 in TOEFL so please dont teach me english!!

ciao either ways!

snowieken
04-20-2005, 04:02 PM
If you are prepared to judge a whole forum by the posts of one or two people (who already have indicated that they don't mean any real harm), then you might indeed consider whether an internet forum is a good place for you... No offence intended.

Let's just drop this before it turns ugly... Glad you have found the help you needed, in any case.

jbot
04-20-2005, 04:05 PM
haha

yuck

thanx guys i registered in sitepoint and the same post got me a PM and 4 replies hahaha


yuck coding forums is so narrow minded.......

eu gross!!

dont worry..i aint coming back .....ciao!

hmmm what shud i say.......i aint 12 yrs..lol u see 12 yr old doesnt get a job in dell as soon as he passes out engineering

its more of.......is the problem solved not about the english grammer!!!!!!!

and please i have a score of 290 of 200 in TOEFL so please dont teach me english!!

ciao either ways!

your insistence on pidgin, staccato English, is begging not be taken seriously. if you had written properly you'd have gotten a straight answer, but because it sounds strangulated you were easily miscontrued and thus got flamed for trolling. better luck next time with your "grammer". lastly, the cross-posting, justs proves you're a timewaster.

Garadon
04-20-2005, 04:05 PM
<input type="Radio" name="group" onclick="document.getElementById('but').disabled=false">option 1
<input type="Radio" name="group" onclick="document.getElementById('but').disabled=false">option 1
<input type="Submit" value="Submit" id="but" disabled="true">

ranjitcool
04-20-2005, 04:09 PM
thanx gordon


see gordon is nice to help

thats the problem with 1970 :D :D



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