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Jquery - Access to the function

Posted on 2013-01-21
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Hi E's, I have this code:
$("#tela_inicial").click(function(){
em_jogo = 1;

$(function(){
        $.ajax({
        type: "POST",
        url: "abertura.php",
        data: {"nj":numero_jogo, "fase":'1', "ref":ref_puzzle, "ip":ip_cliente},
        success: function(dat){
                if(dat == ""){
                    //nao faz nada
                } else {
                // redirect
                window.location=dat;
                } 
        }
        });
});

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That snippet code shows a function that is executed when click in the div (#tela_inicial).
My issue is, I want access to that code, but in other context.
In practice, if I click in #tela_iniciar, the script execute code inside the function.
I have a part in my code where I will need access to that code, but not with the click in #tela_iniciar.
So, my question is, how I access to that function without via #tela_iniciar?

The best regards, JC
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Question by:Pedro Chagas
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soupBoy earned 500 total points
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Try putting your 'ajax call' into its own function....then you can call it whenever you need to...

$("#tela_inicial").click(function(){
	em_jogo = 1;

	aberturaAjax();
});

$('someSelector').on('someOtherEvent', function(){
  //lets call the ajax function again!
  abertuaAjax();
});
    
function abertuaAjax(){
	$(function(){
    	$.ajax({
        	type: "POST",
            url: "abertura.php",
            data: {"nj":numero_jogo, "fase":'1', "ref":ref_puzzle, "ip":ip_cliente},
            success: function(dat){
                if(dat == ""){
                    //nao faz nada
                } else {
                    // redirect
                    window.location=dat;
                } 
          }
	});
}

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by:Pedro Chagas
ID: 38801755
Hi @soupBoy, what's in the box code does not matter, is just for this example, in the future can be lots of kinds of code.
What matter here, is the access to the same function, but in different way. For my case not matter what is inside the function.
It may not have solution.

~JC
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