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OK, what is wrong with this?

anglicoanglico Posts: 8Member
Im sure its simple for you guys, but Im lost. thank you for showing me where I am going wrong.



Trying out new shit!



var nform = document.forms[0];
var str = nform.tb1.value; //shouldnt this assign the value of
//the text box to the variable?
// Im getting object undefined error

document.write(str.fontcolor=rgb(255,0,0))














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  • zibadianzibadian Posts: 6,349Member
    : Im sure its simple for you guys, but Im lost. thank you for showing me where I am going wrong.
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    Javascript is run as the browser reads it. Thus the assignment is run before the object tb1 is created, hence the unassigned. Solution: create a function in the header, and call that function in the onSubmit() event of the form.
  • anglicoanglico Posts: 8Member
    : : Im sure its simple for you guys, but Im lost. thank you for showing me where I am going wrong.
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    : Javascript is run as the browser reads it. Thus the assignment is run before the object tb1 is created, hence the unassigned. Solution: create a function in the header, and call that function in the onSubmit() event of the form.
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    Thank you, I tried putting it after the declaration of the tb1 and it still didnt work, so I didnt think that that was the problem. But when I did it your way with a function, it worked, thanks again. You'd have thought starting with c++ that I would have picked that up.
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