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TOPIC: javascript help!!
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javascript help!! 9 Years, 9 Months ago  
im kinda unsure where this post should go... but here goes...

right now i have these 2 text fields...

Code:

<%if v_cnt mod 2 = 0 then%>
<td align="center"><INPUT type="text" name=txtClockTime maxlength=5 size=5 value="<%=formatdatetime(v_HistTime,4)%>" style="font-family : Tahoma, Sans-Serif, Verdana, Geneva, Arial, Helvetica; background:#F2F5FE; font-size : 8pt; color: #31345C"></td>
<td width="11"><img src="/images/control/eTimeClock/div.gif"></td>
<%else%>
<td align="center"><INPUT type="text" name=txtClockTime maxlength=5 size=5 value="<%=formatdatetime(v_HistTime,4)%>" style="font-family : Tahoma, Sans-Serif, Verdana, Geneva, Arial, Helvetica; background:#F2F5FE; font-size : 8pt; color: #31345C"></td>
<td width="11"><img src="/images/control/eTimeClock/div.gif"></td>
<%end if%>

and i have this function to check for it...

Code:
function ValidateTime(){
// Checks if time is in HH:MM format.
//Clock-in time
var i = 0
timeStr = document.Report.txtClockTime(0).value;
var timePat = /^(\d{1,2})\d{2})?$/;
var matchArray = timeStr.match(timePat);
if (matchArray == null) {
alert("Clock-In time must be in a valid format(HH:MM).");
return false;
}
hour = matchArray[1];
minute = matchArray[2];

if (hour < 0 || hour > 23) {
alert("Clock-In hour must be between 0 and 23.");
return false;
}

if (minute<0 || minute > 59) {
alert ("Clock-In minute must be between 0 and 59.");
return false;
}

//Clock-Out time
i = 1
timeStr = document.Report.txtClockTime(1).value;

var timePat = /^(\d{1,2})\d{2})?$/;

var matchArray = timeStr.match(timePat);
if (matchArray == null) {
alert("Clock-Out time must be in a valid format(HH:MM).");
return false;
}
hour = matchArray[1];
minute = matchArray[2];

if (hour < 0 || hour > 23) {
alert("Clock-Out hour must be between 0 and 23.");
return false;
}

if (minute<0 || minute > 59) {
alert ("Clock-Out minute must be between 0 and 59.");
return false;
}

var sClockin = document.Report.txtClockTime(0).value
var sClockout = document.Report.txtClockTime(1).value

sClockin = sClockin.replace(/:/gi,"");
sClockout = sClockout.replace(/:/gi,"");

if (parseInt(sClockout) < parseInt(sClockin))
{
//alert(parseInt(sClockout));
//alert(parseInt(sClockin));
alert ("Clock-Out time must be greater than or equal to Clock-In time");
return false;
}
}
it's actually some kind of clocking system that allows people to clock in and out to keep track of their working hours and stuff... right now it only checks for 1st set of clock in and out... i wanna change it such that it checks for more than the 2 entries in cases where there are multiple entries and i dont know how... desperate for help <br><br>Post edited by: matto, at: 2007/02/26 01:08
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