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Posted on 2014-10-30
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Is this the rigth way of create a function in js? I want to add a condition. If value_1 = 'YES" then check box, if not leave it blank.
function GetNameValue1(value_1) {
  if ((value_1[2].value == "YES")) {
    ASPxCheckBox_l_default.SetChecked(true);
  }
  else {
    ASPxCheckBox_l_default.SetChecked(false);
  }
}

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The function is correct - whether or not it does what you want it to or not depends on where it lives.

Are you asking if the function will do what you want or are you asking if in terms of javascript syntax it is written correctly?

The javascript is correct - subject to the following requirements

The parameter value_1 is an array of objects
The array has an element with a key of 2
The object at value_1[2] has a member called 'value'
ASPxCheckBox_l_default is defined and has a method called SetChecked

If the above requirements are met then the function is correct.
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