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Formcalc question

I have 2 radio button. If i pick one, 2 fileds on the form become hidden, if i pick the other, the 2 fields become visible. How I implement this?

I wrote a pseudo code, because I'm a beginner at this. Perhaps you can help me.

My code within a radio button should be sg. like this:

if $ == true then

item.#subform[0].HC_LIST.presence = "hidden"

item.#subform[0].HC_Field.presence = "hidden"

endif.

Questions: 1)$==true is faulty, how do I check the radio button?

2) I want to have 2 commands within the condition, do I have to use some symbol for that, like {} in Java?

Thanks,

Peter

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 06:16 AM

    Hi Per,

    Give the actual path of the element instead of <b>$</b>.

    i,e if u have an Input Field then the Path is to be givnn <b>(Which u will find in the top of the FormCalc Coding Area once u click on the UI Element)</b>.

    if (<path of the RadioButton> == true) then

    item.#subform[0].HC_LIST.presence = "hidden"

    item.#subform[0].HC_Field.presence = "hidden"

    endif

    Regards

    Poojith MV

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    • Former Member

      Actually I used a Javascript on the groupelem containing the radiobuttons.

      if(this.rawValue == 1)

      {

      data.#subform[0].Manager_name.presence = "visible"

      data.#subform[0].Manager_Name2.presence = "visible" }

      else

      {

      data.#subform[0].Manager_name.presence = "invisible";

      data.#subform[0].Manager_Name2.presence = "invisible"; }

      I gues it would work just the same way in FormCalc.

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