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Embed constant in a input var syntax

Embed constant in a input var syntax

Embed constant in a input var syntax


Have some jscript i'm trying to tweak but I'm not succeeding. Pbly because I rarely use it
I have a var declare

var btype = $("input[name=btype]:checked").val();

I also have an input field that's passed in on a submit button

<input type="radio" name="btype" id="code39" value="code39" checked="checked">

I want to just embed the "code39" and that it's checked in the statement "var btype = $("input[name=btype]:checked").val();"
Not having any luck.

I've tried
var btype = $("input[name=code39]:checked").val();
var btype = $("code39:checked").val();
and a variety of others without success.

Any help would be appreciated

RE: Embed constant in a input var syntax

Have it working now. There was a rendering function further down the script that was casing my issue. All is well now

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