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Thread: Obsolete code

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    Default Obsolete code

    The code on my web site is obsolete and no longer supported by the creating company. Can anyone help me correct the following section

    // CHECK NUMERIC FORMAT
    			// provide one of the following:
    			//	min=q; if the value is an ID, and you want it > q to be valid..
    			//	max=r; if the value is an ID, and you want it < r to be valid..
    			if ((e.type == "text" || e.type == "textarea") && (e.numeric || (e.min != null) || (e.max != null)) && !isblank(e.value)) {
    				var v = parseFloat(e.value);
    				var v2 = e.value.replace(/,/, "");
     
    				if ((isNaN(v)) || (isNaN(v2)) || ((e.min != null) && (v < e.min)) || ((e.max != null) && (v > e.max))) {
    					errors += "- The field " + getDisplay(e) + " must be a number";
    					errorsf += "- Le champ " + getDisplay(e) + " doit Ítre un nombre";
     
    					if (e.min != null) {
    						errors += " that is greater than " + e.min;
    						errorsf += " c'est plus grand que " + e.min;
    					}
     
    					if (e.max != null && e.min != null) {
    						errors += " and less than " + e.max;
    						errorsf += " et moins que " + e.max;
    					} else if (e.max != null) {
    						errors += " that is less than " + e.max;
    						errorsf += " c'est moins que " + e.max;
    					}
     
    					errors += ".\n";
    					errorsf += ".\n";
    				}
     
    			}

    In the latest version of Safari (and I am told Chrome) this code rejects all inputs with the error message "The field must be a number etc." It was suggested that I remove this check which I did. This resulted in a different type of error message "Element Title is undefined in Attributes"
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    Last edited by lostinjava; July 25th, 2010 at 12:41 PM.


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    Default Re: Obsolete code

    error message "Element Title is undefined in Attributes"
    Is that error from the IDE or from the javac compiler? I don't recognize it.

    What line in the source causes the error?

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    Default Re: Obsolete code

    Based upon your question and the code, this looks more like javascript question than a java question. If that's the case I suggest you post this on a dedicated javascript forum - this forum is for java (there is a big difference).

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    Default Re: Obsolete code

    Thanks for the help, I now know Java and Java script are different! I have a lot to learn since programming in the 60's and 70's. Sorry for posting on the wrong Forum off to find a Java script forum now!