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IE not compatible

IE not compatible

(OP)
I nvr use IE and do not know where the issue is coming in. The code I have all uses variable variables for form names. For example I have the user id followed by an "_" followed by something like hMon. The result is "1_hMon". When the onclick triggers the code will calculate the hours. This completely works in Firefox but does nothing in IE.

CODE

//These 2 lines are not connected.
var hmon = document.sedit[my_varH + "hMon"].value;

document.sedit[my_varH].value = x.toFixed(2) ; 

I am not a versed programmer in JS and have never user anything besides the document model, like "getvaluebyid". I would like to stick to this if possible so I do not have a total rewrite.

Thanks in advance.
K

RE: IE not compatible

1. Variables, Classnames, Id's should not start with a number.

2.

CODE

var hmon = document.sedit[my_varH + "hMon"].value; 
Doesn't follow this

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For example I have the user id followed by an "_" followed by something like hMon. The result is "1_hMon".
where is the underscore?

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RE: IE not compatible

(OP)
It was late when i was designing the section. If i change names will my code work in IE? Or do i have to change the code also? What i have works in Firefox.

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