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basic JS question:  greater than 0 but less than x?

Posted on 2014-01-29
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function handleCharacterCheck(dialog) {
              if ($("#" + dialog).val().length < 300 ) {
                  $("#charNotEnough").html($("#" + dialog).val().length);
                  $("#dialogNotEnoughCharacters").dialog("open");
                  return false;
              }

I need to change that so that instead of the check being < 300, it must also be greater than 0.  (so greater than 0 and less than 300) How can I do that?
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Question by:arthurh88
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Phil Phillips earned 2000 total points
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Could do something like:

function handleCharacterCheck(dialog) {
              var len = $("#" + dialog).val().length;
              if (len > 0 && len < 300) {
                  $("#charNotEnough").html(len);
                  $("#dialogNotEnoughCharacters").dialog("open");
                  return false;
              }

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by:arthurh88
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yes, exactly!  thank you.
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