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Posted on 2015-02-21
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Hi guys,

I'm really beginner to javascript and I would like to know how do I write some result to the textarea.

Here is what I'm trying to do:

        function lopwhil() {
            var target = Number(prompt("Please enter number max (100)"))
            var txtare = document.getElementById("numd").value;
            var wrto = start + "<br/>";
            var start = 0;
            while (start <= target) {
                document.write(start + "<br/>");
                start = start + 2;
                
                if (start > 100)
                    break;
            }
        }

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so instead to write to "document.write(start + "<br/>"); i would like to write the result to the variable I prepared which is my textarea - "var txtare = document.getElementById("numd").value;"

thanks ,
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Question by:Moti Mashiah
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by:Jeffrey Dake
ID: 40623241
I would really recomend using jquery. There are a lot of functions already written to do what you are trying to do.  It is also a very commonly used library and well supported. Here is an example of using the val() function to get and set values.

http://www.jquerytutorials.net/jquery-textarea.html
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by:Paul Jackson
ID: 40623252
change variable textare so it refers to the textarea rather than the textarea value:

var txtare = document.getElementById("numd").value;

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to :
var txtare = document.getElementById("numd");

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then change the document write :
...
            while (start <= target) {
                textare.value = start + "<br/>";
...

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so you end up with:

function lopwhil() {
            var target = Number(prompt("Please enter number max (100)"))
            var txtare = document.getElementById("numd");
            var wrto = start + "<br/>";
            var start = 0;
            while (start <= target) {
                textare.value = start + "<br/>";
                start = start + 2;
                
                if (start > 100)
                    break;
            }

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by:Moti Mashiah
ID: 40623418
I have changed the code as your suggestion and I got just one value in the textarea. for example in the prompt window I typed 50 and entered so in this case i should get back the number 2,4,6,8 until 50 so i got just 50<br/> to the textarea,

Now i was trying to loop it and get the same result.

function lopech() {
            var target = Number(prompt("Please enter number max (100)"))
            var txtare = document.getElementById("numd");

            for(var start = 0; start <= target; start = start + 2 ){
                txtare.value = (start + "<br/>");

                if (start > 100)
                    break;
            }

        }

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please help thanks ,
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Expert Comment

by:Rainer Jeschor
ID: 40623471
Hi,
this is due to the fact that you always overwrite the textarea.
This should fix it:
function lopech() {
            var target = Number(prompt("Please enter number max (100)"))
            var txtare = document.getElementById("numd");

            for(var start = 0; start <= target; start = start + 2 ){
                txtare.value = (""+ txtare.value + start + "<br/>");

                if (start > 100)
                    break;
            }

        }

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HTH
Rainer
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by:Paul Jackson
Paul Jackson earned 250 total points
ID: 40623472
sorry should be as below so it isn't overwriting each time:

...
txtare.value = textare.value + (start + "<br/>");
...

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Assisted Solution

by:Rainer Jeschor
Rainer Jeschor earned 250 total points
ID: 40623477
And here an online sample:
http://jsfiddle.net/EE_RainerJ/v51Lj7tL/
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Author Comment

by:Moti Mashiah
ID: 40623512
Hi guys ,

thank you for you solution it is working now, just the result show also the break

like:
0<br/>2<br/>4<br/>6<br/>8<br/>10<br/>12<br/>14<br/>16<br/>18<br/>20<br/>22<br/>24<br/>26<br/>28<br/>30<br/>32<br/>34<br/>36<br/>38<br/>40<br/>42<br/>44<br/>46<br/>48<br/>50<br/>

Here is the code:
 function lopech() {
            var target = Number(prompt("Please enter number max (100)"));
            var txtare = document.getElementById("numd");

            for (var start = 0; start <= target; start = start + 2) {
                txtare.value = ("" + txtare.value + start + "<br/>");

                if (start > 100)
                    break;
            }

        }

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Moti Mashiah earned 0 total points
ID: 40623513
actually, I would like to show each line with number.


thanks ,
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Author Comment

by:Moti Mashiah
ID: 40623517
k, I found the solution regarding the line

txtare.value = (""+ txtare.value + start + "\n");


thank you.
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by:Moti Mashiah
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