next and previous field

Hi,

<cfset AppList = Cookie.cookieList>
<cfoutput>#AppList#</cfoutput>

I have a list of numbers in a cookie that display like this:

the output:

35,34,7843,6096,3537,7877,1785,7763,7942,936,235,7738

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I want to assign the AID  field to the next and previous number.  so, if the url.AppID is 6096 than I need to assign AID field to the next or previous number.

but not sure how to do it.  

I need your help please.


<cfif isDefined("url.nav") and #url.nav# neq ""> 

	<cfif #url.nav# eq "next" and (isDefined("url.AppID")  and #url.AppID# neq "")>
                   
                 <!---   here say the url.AppID is equal to 6096 then I need to assign the field #AID# to 3537 --->
                    <cfset AID = ???>

	<cfelseif #url.nav# eq "previous" and (isDefined("url.AppID")  and #url.AppID# neq "")>

              <!---   here say the url.AppID is equal to 6096 then I need to assign the field #AID# to 7843--->
                      <cfset AID = ???>
    
    <cfelse>
		<cfset AID = 1>
	</cfif>

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Thanks
lulu
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gdemariaCommented:
this will set the nextID and prevID values...

<cfset prevID = "">
<cfset nextID = "">
<cfset pos = listFind(appList,url.appID)>
<cfif pos gt 1>
   <cfset prevID = listGetAt(appList,pos-1)>
</cfif>
<cfif pos lt listLen(appList)>
   <cfset nextID = listGetAt(appList,pos+1)>
</cfif>
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lulu50Author Commented:
Hi gdemaria!!!!!

Good to hear back from you!!!!!

I made the changes but I don't know why my output is this:

<cfoutput>6096

I am not sure why it is printing <cfoutput> tag next to the number!!!!
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lulu50Author Commented:
<cfset prevID = "">
<cfset nextID = "">
<cfset AppList = #Cookie.cookieList#>

<cfif #AppList# neq "" and (isDefined("url.nav") and #url.nav# neq "") and (isDefined("url.AppID") and #url.AppID# neq "")> 
 <cfset pos = listFind(appList,url.appID)>
	<cfif pos lt listLen(appList) and (#url.nav# eq "next" and (isDefined("url.AppID")  and #url.AppID# neq ""))>

		 <cfset nextID = listGetAt(appList,pos+1)>
         <cfset AID = #nextID#>
	<cfelseif pos gt 1 and (#url.nav# eq "previous" and (isDefined("url.AppID")  and #url.AppID# neq ""))>
        <cfset prevID = listGetAt(appList,pos-1)>
         <cfset AID = #prevID#>
    <cfelse>
		<cfset AID = 1>
	</cfif>

<cfelseif isDefined("url.AppID")>
	<cfset AID = #url.AppID#>
<cfelse>
	<cfset AID = 1>
</cfif>

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lulu50Author Commented:
<cfoutput>6096

the cfoutput tag is from this line

<cfset nextID = listGetAt(appList,pos+1)>
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lulu50Author Commented:
I solved the issue with the <cfoutput I am testing now
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lulu50Author Commented:
gdemaria it's working!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you for all your help !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  

ok bye,
lulu
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lulu50Author Commented:
A+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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gdemariaCommented:
Thank you!  Glad to help
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gdemariaCommented:
Funny, I was just reading Jim Cramer's Stock recommendations and he suggested buying a stock with the symbol LULU.   Then I saw your question, must be a good sign to buy the stock!
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