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On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 9:02 PM, diegoturriaga<diegoturri...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Well... first that all thanks for your reply!
>
> I'm trying to use a multidemensional javascript array... various
> arrays of input controls of type checkbox
>
> I have 10 controls with name "myarray[1][]"
> other 10 controls with name "myarray[2][]"
> other 10 controls with name "myarray[3][]"
> ...
> other 10 controls with name "myarray[n][]"
>
> And I need get al controls named iqual in an array var... something
> like:
>
> var aux = document.getElemntsByName('myarray[1][]`);
>
> but using prototype sintax... :)
>
>
> On Jul 23, 7:04 pm, Matt Foster <mattfoste...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey Diego,
>>
>>       I'd suggest learning CSS, in particular CSS Selectors.  Second
>> read up on prototype, you were a dollar sign away from almost having
>> it.
>>
>> In your case, the name is too inconsistent, you could have almost
>> gotten away with $$("input[name~=opt") but alas there is no space
>> after it so it fails.
>>
>> As an alternative, looking at your code you just do... $$("input
>> [type=text]") or if your collection requisites are more specific, add
>> a class to the elements you want to collect and then simply $
>> (".myClass")
>>
>> --
>>
>> http://positionabsolute.net
>>
>> On Jul 23, 5:50 pm, diegoturriaga <diegoturri...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> > I have something like that:
>>
>> > <tr>
>> >   <td>PEPE</td>
>> >   <td><input ... name="opt[0][]"><input ... name="opt[0][]"> ...
>> > <input ... name="opt[0][]"></td>
>> >   <td><select ... name="selA[]">...</select></td>
>> >   <td><select ... name="selB[]">...</select></td>
>> > </tr>
>> > <tr>
>> >   <td>JUAN</td>
>> >   <td><input ... name="opt[1][]"><input ... name="opt[1]
>> > []">...<input ... name="opt[1][]"></td>
>> >   <td><select ... name="selA[]">...</select></td>
>> >   <td><select ... name="selB[]">...</select></td>
>> > </tr>
>> > ...
>> > <tr>
>> >   <td>TITO</td>
>> >   <td><input ... name="opt[n-1][]"><input ... name="opt[n-1][]"> ...
>> > <input ... name="opt[n-1][]"></td>
>> >   <td><select ... name="selA[]">...</select></td>
>> >   <td><select ... name="selB[]">...</select></td>
>> > </tr>
>>
>> > I want to get the array opt[x] using prototype but $('opt[x]') give me
>> > only the first instance.
>>
>> > I need something like getElementsByName but using prototype :)
>>
>> > Sorry for my english...- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> - Show quoted text -
> >
>



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