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    JavaScript for Generating a Multiplication table

    Ok, just to be honest this is for my assignment from my University, I have completed the whole code myself I just can't seem to get just one little thing.

    function GenerateTables(){
    	var start = document.tables.start.value;
    	var end = document.tables.end.value;
    	var size = document.tables.size.value;
    	for (start; start <= end; start++) {
    	document.write("<table width='100' align='center'>")
    	document.write("<caption><b>Table of </b>" + start + "</caption><br>")
    	for (var i = 1; i <= size; i++) {
    	document.write("<table border=1 align='center'>")
    	document.write("<tr height=40 align='center'>")
    	document.write("<td width=40 align='center'>" + start + "</td>")
    	document.write("<td width=40 align='center'> * </td>")
    	document.write("<td width=40 align='center'>" + i + "</td>")
    	document.write("<td width=40 align='center'>  =  </td>")
    	document.write("<td width=40 align='center'>" + start * i + "</td>")
    The function generates multiplication tables depending on the input user provides using this interface (given below).

    And it generates them like this (given below).

    Now what I want is to generate those tables sideways not downwards. Not all the tables, but it should complete one table downwards, then start the new table on its side.

    I can't seem to figure out anything that would make that happen, and ideas would be appreciated, thanks.

    Last edited by Papichoolo; 01-15-2012 at 10:42 AM.

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    Suggest you get together with parishay at Maths tables in Javascript..Help Urgently

    But your question really relates to HTML not Javascript.

    All the code given in this post has been tested and is intended to address the question asked.
    Unless stated otherwise it is not just a demonstration.


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