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Compute the total of 3 textbox and put it in a different textbox

Posted on 2010-09-20
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Please, bear with me, as this is my first time to do this. I just want to compute the average of the 3 textbox and put in a different textbox.

Evalgo Average Score should be computed as the average of the values of Evalgo Product Score, Evalgo Project Score and Evalgo Requirements Score. However, if any of the other 3 values is blank, do not include this in the computation. Samples below:

Sample 1            
Evalgo Product Score      3      
Evalgo Requirements Score      4      
Evalgo Project Score      5      
Evalgo Average Score      4      =(3+4+5)/3

Sample 2            
Evalgo Product Score      3      
Evalgo Requirements Score      4      
Evalgo Project Score             
Evalgo Average Score      3.5      =(3+4)/2

One more thing... the value of the Evalgo Average Score should be change or computed upon the textbox Onchange Event of  Evalgo Product Score, Evalgo Project Score and Evalgo Requirements Score.

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Question by:PagodNaUtak
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by:gurvinder372
ID: 33714512
try this code

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
<HTML>
<HEAD>
	<script>
		function score()
		{
			var averageScore = (getValue("EPdS") + getValue("EPjS") + getValue("ERS"))/3;
			document.getElementById("EAS").value = averageScore;
		}
		function getValue(id)
		{
			return parseInt(document.getElementById(id).value);
		}
	</script>
</HEAD>

<BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF">
	Evalgo Product Score <input type="text" id="EPdS"\>
	Evalgo Project Score <input type="text" id="EPjS"\>
	<br>
	Evalgo Requirement Score <input type="text" id="ERS"\>
	Evalgo Average Score <input type="text" id="EAS"\>
	<br>
	<a href="javascript: score()">get average score</a>

</BODY>
</HTML>

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by:PagodNaUtak
ID: 33714557
Hi! Thank you for your suggestion but there is something that is missing:
1) Please, see example number 2.
Sample 2            
Evalgo Product Score      3      
Evalgo Requirements Score      4      
Evalgo Project Score            
Evalgo Average Score      3.5      =(3+4)/2
 
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by:Michel Plungjan
ID: 33714571
Here
<script type="text/javascript">
function calc(theForm) {   
  var Evalgo_Product_Score      = theForm.EvalgoProductScore.value;     // 3
      Evalgo_Product_Score      = (Evalgo_Product_Score=="" || isNaN(Evalgo_Product_Score))?0:parseInt(Evalgo_Product_Score,10);
  var Evalgo_Requirements_Score = theForm.EvalgoRequirementsScore;      // 4
      Evalgo_Requirements_Score = (Evalgo_Requirements_Score=="" || isNaN(Evalgo_Requirements_Score))?0:parseInt(Evalgo_Requirements_Score,10);      
  var Evalgo_Project_Score      = theForm.EvalgoProjectScore.value;     // 5      
      Evalgo_Project_Score      = (Evalgo_Project_Score=="" || isNaN(Evalgo_Project_Score))?0:parseInt(Evalgo_Project_Score,10);
  theForm.EvalgoAverageScore.value = ((Evalgo_Product_Score+Evalgo_Requirements_Score+Evalgo_Project_Score)/3).toFixed(1);     // 4      =(3+4+5)/3
}
window.onload=function() {
  calc(document.forms[0])
}
</script>
<form>
EvalgoProductScore:        <input type="text" name="EvalgoProductScore"      value="" onKeyUp="calc(this.form)" /><br/>
EvalgoRequirementsScore:   <input type="text" name="EvalgoRequirementsScore" value="" onKeyUp="calc(this.form)" /><br/>
EvalgoProjectScore.value:  <input type="text" name="EvalgoProjectScore"      value="" onKeyUp="calc(this.form)" /><br/>      
Evalgo_Average_Score.value:<input type="text" name="EvalgoAverageScore"      value="" readonly="readonly" />
</form>

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Michel Plungjan earned 500 total points
ID: 33714582
Aha. Sorry
better:

<script type="text/javascript">
function calc(theForm) {
  var divisor = 0;   
  var Evalgo_Product_Score      = theForm.EvalgoProductScore.value;     // 3
      Evalgo_Product_Score      = (Evalgo_Product_Score=="" || isNaN(Evalgo_Product_Score))?0:parseInt(Evalgo_Product_Score,10);
  if (Evalgo_Product_Score) divisor++;       
  var Evalgo_Requirements_Score = theForm.EvalgoRequirementsScore.value;      // 4
      Evalgo_Requirements_Score = (Evalgo_Requirements_Score=="" || isNaN(Evalgo_Requirements_Score))?0:parseInt(Evalgo_Requirements_Score,10);
  if (Evalgo_Requirements_Score) divisor++; 
  var Evalgo_Project_Score      = theForm.EvalgoProjectScore.value;     // 5      
      Evalgo_Project_Score      = (Evalgo_Project_Score=="" || isNaN(Evalgo_Project_Score))?0:parseInt(Evalgo_Project_Score,10);
  if (Evalgo_Project_Score) divisor++;
  theForm.EvalgoAverageScore.value = (divisor==0)?0:((Evalgo_Product_Score+Evalgo_Requirements_Score+Evalgo_Project_Score)/divisor).toFixed(1);     // 4      =(3+4+5)/3
}
window.onload=function() {
  calc(document.forms[0])
}
</script>
<form>
EvalgoProductScore:        <input type="text" name="EvalgoProductScore"      value="" onKeyUp="calc(this.form)" /><br/>
EvalgoRequirementsScore:   <input type="text" name="EvalgoRequirementsScore" value="" onKeyUp="calc(this.form)" /><br/>
EvalgoProjectScore.value:  <input type="text" name="EvalgoProjectScore"      value="" onKeyUp="calc(this.form)" /><br/>      
Evalgo_Average_Score.value:<input type="text" name="EvalgoAverageScore"      value="" readonly="readonly" />
</form>

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by:gurvinder372
ID: 33714616
try this

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
<HTML>
<HEAD>
	<script>
		function score()
		{
			var totalScore = 0;
			var totalVars = 0;
			var val = getValue("EPdS");
			if ( val  )
			{
				totalScore += val;
				totalVars++;
			}
			val = getValue("EPjS");
			if ( val )
			{
				totalScore += val;
				totalVars++;
			}
			val = getValue("ERS");
			if ( val )
			{
				totalScore += val;
				totalVars++;
			}
			alert(totalScore);
			alert(totalVars);
			var averageScore = totalScore/totalVars;
			document.getElementById("EAS").value = averageScore;
		}
		function getValue(id)
		{
			var val = parseFloat(document.getElementById(id).value);
			return val;
		}
	</script>
</HEAD>

<BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF">
	Evalgo Product Score <input type="text" id="EPdS"\>
	Evalgo Project Score <input type="text" id="EPjS"\>
	<br>
	Evalgo Requirement Score <input type="text" id="ERS"\>
	Evalgo Average Score <input type="text" id="EAS"\>
	<br>
	<a href="javascript: score()">get average score</a>

</BODY>
</HTML>

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by:Michel Plungjan
ID: 33714621
Ah. missed a .value

<script type="text/javascript">
function calc(theForm) {
  var divisor = 0;   
  var Evalgo_Product_Score      = theForm.EvalgoProductScore.value;     // 3
      Evalgo_Product_Score      = (Evalgo_Product_Score=="" || isNaN(Evalgo_Product_Score))?0:parseInt(Evalgo_Product_Score,10);
  if (Evalgo_Product_Score!=0) divisor++;
  var Evalgo_Requirements_Score = theForm.EvalgoRequirementsScore.value;      // 4
      Evalgo_Requirements_Score = (Evalgo_Requirements_Score=="" || isNaN(Evalgo_Requirements_Score))?0:parseInt(Evalgo_Requirements_Score,10);
  if (Evalgo_Requirements_Score!=0) divisor++;
  var Evalgo_Project_Score      = theForm.EvalgoProjectScore.value;     // 5      
      Evalgo_Project_Score      = (Evalgo_Project_Score=="" || isNaN(Evalgo_Project_Score))?0:parseInt(Evalgo_Project_Score,10);
  if (Evalgo_Project_Score!=0) divisor++;

  var total = Evalgo_Product_Score+Evalgo_Requirements_Score+Evalgo_Project_Score;
  var average = (divisor==0)?0:total/divisor;
  theForm.EvalgoAverageScore.value = average.toFixed(1);     // 4      =(3+4+5)/3
}
window.onload=function() {
  calc(document.forms[0])
}
</script>
<form>
EvalgoProductScore:        <input type="text" name="EvalgoProductScore"      value="" onKeyUp="calc(this.form)" /><br/>
EvalgoRequirementsScore:   <input type="text" name="EvalgoRequirementsScore" value="" onKeyUp="calc(this.form)" /><br/>
EvalgoProjectScore.value:  <input type="text" name="EvalgoProjectScore"      value="" onKeyUp="calc(this.form)" /><br/>      
Evalgo_Average_Score.value:<input type="text" name="EvalgoAverageScore"      value="" readonly="readonly" />
</form>

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by:Michel Plungjan
ID: 33714630
Gurvinder: You should have value on your fields and test for NaN
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by:gurvinder372
ID: 33714660
check line number 10, 16, and 22. the if condition is true only when it is not NaN.
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by:rcbcool
ID: 33715134
Check the below code:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" />
<title>Test Document</title>
	<script>
		function score()
		{
			var fieldCount = 0;
			var valueTotal = 0;
			var valueAvg = 0;
			if(isNaN(getValue("EPdS")) == false){ fieldCount++; valueTotal += getValue("EPdS");};
			if(isNaN(getValue("EPjS")) == false){ fieldCount++; valueTotal += getValue("EPjS");};
			if(isNaN(getValue("ERS")) == false){ fieldCount++; valueTotal += getValue("ERS");};
			if(fieldCount > 0){
				valueAvg = (valueTotal)/fieldCount;
			}
			document.getElementById("EAS").value = valueAvg;
		}
		function getValue(id)
		{
			return parseInt(document.getElementById(id).value);
		}
	</script>
</head>

<BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF">
	Evalgo Product Score <input type="text" id="EPdS"\>
	Evalgo Project Score <input type="text" id="EPjS"\>
	<br>
	Evalgo Requirement Score <input type="text" id="ERS"\>
	Evalgo Average Score <input type="text" id="EAS"\>
	<br>
	<a href="javascript: score()">get average score</a>
</body>
</html>

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by:Michel Plungjan
ID: 33715308
@rcbcool Welcome to EE, Please do not stitch together other people's suggestions and post as your own.
 
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