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problem in simple calculator

deepak bhai
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Joined: Apr 22, 2011
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i wanted to make a simple calculator, i wanted to see if we can pass the element by document.getElementById("value") and then extract it later in the java script code .. but i dont know where it go wrong.. please help
Bear Bibeault
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Your HTML syntax is severely screwed up. Check the quoting of your attributes. Also, do your onclicks really do what you intend (even if they were correctly declared)?

Sloppy syntax such as this is exactly why Unobtrusive JavaScript -- in which no script is included in the document markup -- is a great idea.

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deepak bhai
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ok its solved ..

I agree. Here's the link:
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