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How to get string's value ?

Posted on 2009-04-04
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I have 2 strings called products_1 and products_2...

I have another string that holds the name products_1 and I'm trying to get into a 3rd string the products_1 value using the products_1 name...

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var products_1 = [
	{ id: "1", name: "food" },
	{ id: "2", name: "blah" },
];
 
var products_2 = [
	{ id: "3", name: "asd" },
	{ id: "4", name: "dsa" }
];
 
var catName = 'products_' + ltypeid;
$("#product_suggest").autocomplete(catName);

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Question by:OrTzabary
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This is very easy using an array.
var products_1  =   new Array()
 
products_1[1]   =   "food";
products_1[2]   =   "blah";
 
var catName = products_[ltypeid];
$("#product_suggest").autocomplete(catName);

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