jquery total not grabbing them all

I had some great help yesterday with jquery - updating a top grid and changing the values that match in the lower grid.  Client asked for a total to change as the fields change but what i have done, it is only totally the fields that changed, not all of them.

 $(document).ready(function () {
    $('input','#masterGridTable').change(function() {
		var txtAmtval = $(this).val();
        var txtClassId = "." + $(this).attr("id");
  		//change txtInterest% value
  		$(txtClassId).val(txtAmtval).change();
    });

    $("input[id^='NewDues']").change(function() {
        var currentId = $(this).attr("id").replace("NewDues","");
        var oldId = "#OldDues" + currentId;
        var changeId = "#PChange" + currentId;
       	var txtNewDues = parseFloat($(this).val());
	   	var txtOldDuesDues = parseFloat($(oldId).val());
  		//change txtInterest% value
		if (txtOldDuesDues > 0) {
  		$(changeId).val((((txtNewDues - txtOldDuesDues) / txtOldDuesDues) * 100).toFixed(2));
		}
		 calculateTotal();
    });
	
	function calculateTotal() {
        var sum = 0;
        $("input[id^='NewDues']").each(function() {
            if(!isNaN(this.value) && this.value.length!=0) {
                sum += parseFloat(this.value);
            }
        });

        $('#pagetotal').val(sum.toFixed(2));
		
	}
});

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Rainer JeschorCommented:
Hi,
this is due to the "$" and "," in the existing - non updated values - because they will fail the isNaN check

Quick and dirty:
var currentValue = $(this).val().replace("$","").replace(",","");
        if(!isNaN(currentValue) && currentValue.length!=0) {
                sum += parseFloat(currentValue);
            }
        });

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There might be better solutions using regEx but there are also some really helpful JavaScript libraries which can help in converting the dollar amount into a numeric value like numeral.js:
http://numeraljs.com/

Live sample:
http://jsfiddle.net/EE_RainerJ/mc3owme2/

HTH
Rainer
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