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is there anything I could do to speed up this routine ?

Posted on 2012-03-18
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it moves selected checkboxes to an array:
they all are inside a 'tab' div but jquery does not allow me to do $('#tab input.c')
otherwise it would be probably one method to improve performance

	 var start = new Date().getTime();
 	  
	 pchecked[currentPage] = [];
	 $('input.c').each(function() 
	  {	
	 
	   var checksts = this.checked;
		 if (checksts == true) 					 			  			 
	        pchecked[currentPage].push(this.name);   
	  });
	 
	 var end = new Date().getTime();
	 var time = end - start;
	 alert('Execution time: ' + time);

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Question by:Rozamunda
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try

 $('input.c:checked').each(function()
 {            
              pchecked[currentPage].push(this.name);  
 });

check
http://api.jquery.com/checked-selector/
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