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find id attribute that has both phrases inside it

Posted on 2013-02-04
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<span id="ctl09_gvRepair_ctl03_lblAmt1" style="border: 1px solid green;">1700.00</span>

using jQuery I want to find all spans where the id contains BOTH:

"gvRepair"

and

"lblAmt"

within the same id attribute.


How can I do this?

//pseudocode...
 $('span[id*="lblAmt"]  AND ALSO [id*="gvRepair"] ').each(function () {
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leakim971 earned 500 total points
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sing : http://api.jquery.com/filter/

$('span').filter(function() { return ( $(this).attr("id").indexOf("lblAmt")>=0 ) && ( $(this).attr("id").indexOf("gvRepair")>=0 ); }).each(function () {

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by:Tom Knowlton
ID: 38853334
Yep, it worked.


For my own notes:

   $('span').filter(function() { return ( $(this).attr("id").indexOf("lblAmt")>=0 ) && ( $(this).attr("id").indexOf("gvRepair")>=0 ); }).each(function () {
            subtotRepair += parseFloat($(this).text());
        });

        $('span').filter(function () { return ($(this).attr("id").indexOf("lblAmt") >= 0) && ($(this).attr("id").indexOf("gvRecommended") >= 0); }).each(function () {
            subtotRecommended += parseFloat($(this).text());
        });


        alert(subtotRepair);
        alert(subtotRecommended);

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by:leakim971
ID: 38853342
if you add a the same class to all your label you should be able to use :

$(".myLabelClass").each(function() {
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by:Tom Knowlton
ID: 38853345

if you add a the same class to all your label you should be able to use :

$(".myLabelClass").each(function() {


Thank you!  I'd forgotten about that!
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