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Passing Parameters in Timeout Javascript

Posted on 2007-08-02
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Hello, I'm unable to get the following variables UserId, opt and level when I call the function status from timeout method.
help appreciated.

statusDetailsrefresh[details]=setTimeout('Status(UserId, opt, level)', 10000);
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The first parameter of a setTimeout call is evaluated at the time it is processed... so, to pass it variables you must include them in a properly formatted way (eg quotes for strings).

If, for example, I had the following:
var string = 'This is a string';
var integer = 23;
var DOMNode = document.getElementById('someNode');

To pass those three variables to setTimeout, I would do the following:
setTimeout('doSomething(\'' + string + '\', ' + integer + ', document.getElementById(\'' + DOMNode.id + '\')', 1000);


Here's a guess at what that means you need to change:
statusDetailsrefresh[details]=setTimeout('Status(\'' + UserId + '\', \'' + opt + '\', ' + level + ')', 10000);
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