JS Function Stops Executing

Hi Experts,

I have the following function, but for some reason the for loop stops executing mid way. For example, I get my "OK", I get my "OK2", but I never get my "id = ...".  As well,  I know I have a return false mid way, but that should not prevent my third alert from showing.
function checkRequired(){
    
    var letter = '';
    var id = -1;
    var veh = 0;
    var arch = false;
    
    alert('ok');
    
    for(i = 1; i < 7; i++){
    alert('ok2');    
        letter = number_to_letter(i);
        id = document.getElementById('txtTrip[' + letter + ']').value.parseInt();
        veh = document.getElementById('cboVehicle[' + letter + ']').value;
        arch = document.getElementById('chkArchived[' + letter + ']').checked;
        
        alert('id =' + id + ' veh =' + veh + ' arch =' + arch);
        return false;
            
        if ((id > -1) && (veh === '0,0') && (arch === false)){
            alert('The vehicle for all open and non-cancelled trips is mandatory.');
            return false;
        }
    }
    
    return true;
}

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Ronak PatelCommented:
Hi APD_Toronto,

It probably be failing on id = document.getElementById('txtTrip[' + letter + ']').value.parseInt(); line.

Please put an alert(letter); after letter = number_to_letter(i); line and check what value you are getting in the letter variable.

If letter variable has valid value then check document.getElementById('txtTrip[' + letter + ']') element is available on the page or not.
If its not available, it won't execute further.

To know what error you are getting, run your page in internet explorer and press F12 and check Console to get exact error detail.


Hope this helps.

Regards,
Ronak
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Jeffrey Dake Senior Director of TechnologyCommented:
Have you tried looking in the console of your browser for errors.   If you are using chrome you can right click in the window and inspect an element on the page. Once the development tools window pops up you can look at the console tab to see if any errors are occurring. My guess is your parseInt has some error which is stopping the rest of the function from running.
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