Originally Posted by brandonH
create a div or span shere you want the results to show up and do as such:
//do your equating here
var result=//what you get from equating
Thanks for the feedback, Brandon.
However, that technique is only applicable for Internet Explorer, isn't it? I'd like my page to work on all browsers.
I'm starting think I will be stuck with a form. I may get rid of having a separate text box for imaginary components, but I will still have at least one text box for each root (if an imaginary component is present, it would just be concatenated with the real part and output in a single textbox). It doesn't give the seamless appearance I would like for my page, but it is better than what I have now.