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sweta naidu
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i am facing a problem while populating calculated value in the text field.
here is my js function
function Total()
{
document.forms[0].p_phase.value = parseInt(document.forms[0].p_scope.value) +
parseInt(document.forms[0].p_plan.value )+ parseInt(document.forms[0].p_design.value)
+ parseInt(document.forms[0].p_build.value )+ parseInt(document.forms[0].p_anal.value)
+ parseInt(document.forms[0].p_systest.value )+ parseInt(document.forms[0].p_uat.value)

}

this code works if values entered for all the fileds if not it displays NaN. but i want this to function even if some values entered.

Thanks,
 
Eric Pascarello
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you need to check for isNaN before adding or set a default value of 0 to the fields.

Eric
 
KasiMurugan Ramasamy
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Hi

For each value, if follow the below like logic you could get the desired results.

var currentVal = document.forms[0].p_scope.value;
if( currentVal.length >0 && !isNaN( currentVal) )
total = total + parseInt( currentVal );
 
sweta naidu
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Thanks. it solved my problem.
 
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