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Robert Granlund
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Last Modified: 2015-04-22
I want to create two functions and have them both run on the click of a single button. I'm not sure how to do that.
The code creates a loop:
<script>
START LOOP
{start_loop (foreach)}
		$(".submit_to").on("click", validate_form_{row_id});
{end loop}

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So it would look like:
$(".submit_to").on("click", validate_form_1);
$(".submit_to").on("click", validate_form_2);
$(".submit_to").on("click", validate_form_3);

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All three functions run when one button is clicked.
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