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AngularJS Nested If Statement

Posted on 2014-10-23
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I'm trying to add a bit of logic to my controller with a couple of nested If statements. By themselves they work fine, but after nesting them, i'm not getting any results.

This is a working statement:
            if (typeof object["Frequency"]!='undefined' && object["Frequency"]=='yearly' && ('now' <= 'upcoming')) {
            $scope.summary[segment].totalLateRelationships++;
            $scope.summary[segment].lateRelationships.push(object);
        } 

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This is working:
        if (!(object["nextmeetingowner"].length) || !(object["Last Meeting Date"].length) ) {
            $scope.summary[segment].totalLateRelationships++;
            $scope.summary[segment].lateRelationships.push(object);
        }

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This is what I'm trying to accomplish:
            if (!(object["primaryaccountability"].length) || (!(object["nextmeetingowner"].length))) {
          if  (typeof object["Frequency"]!='undefined' && object["Frequency"]=='yearly' && ('now' <= 'upcoming'))
            {
                $scope.summary[segment].totalLateRelationships++;
                $scope.summary[segment].lateRelationships.push(object);
            }
        }

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by:Gary
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The two seperate statements are not the same as you have merged.

if (!(object["nextmeetingowner"].length) || !(object["Last Meeting Date"].length) ) {

if (!(object["primaryaccountability"].length) || (!(object["nextmeetingowner"].length))) {
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by:brendanlefavre
ID: 40400932
this should be the correct one

                if (!(object["nextmeetingowner"].length) || !(object["nextmeetingowner"].length) ) {
                    $scope.summary[segment].totalLateRelationships++;
                    $scope.summary[segment].lateRelationships.push(object);
                }

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by:Gary
ID: 40400937
What is your real original code.
The above has the same variable in the condition
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ID: 40400945
var frequencyIsNotUndefined = typeof object["Frequency"] != 'undefined';
var frequencyIsSetToYearly = object["Frequency"] == 'yearly'; 
var nowIsBeforeUpcoming = 'now' <= 'upcoming'; // ??? ALWAYS TRUE
var nextmeetingownerIsFilled = !object["nextmeetingowner"].length;
var LastMeetingDateIsFilled = !object["Last Meeting Date"].length;
if( frequencyIsNotUndefined && frequencyIsSetToYearly && nowIsBeforeUpcoming && nextmeetingownerIsFilled && LastMeetingDateIsFilled ) {
            $scope.summary[segment].totalLateRelationships++;
            $scope.summary[segment].lateRelationships.push(object);
} 

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http://gulpjs.com/
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by:brendanlefavre
ID: 40400964
This solution makes much more sense than the approach I was using
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