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Re: Reset a single field in repeated Subform...I cannot seem to reference it.... - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 23-01-2022
Works beautifully.  Again you save me 🙂

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Betreff: Reset a single field in repeated Subform...I cannot seem to reference it.... - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 23-01-2022
Thank you so much!!! I don't know where I would be without this forum.For a self starter I have made some pretty decent bespoke forms for my organisation largely thanks to the help of you guys here when I hit a roadblock. I really want to understand how you know to use stuff like this for (i; i < oSubfoms.length; i += 1) {Can you recommend anything for a total beginner for JS? Course, reading material? I read a LOT of stuff and sometimes can work it out for myself, but I lack the basic knowledge...

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Reset a single field in repeated Subform...I cannot seem to reference it.... - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 20-01-2022
Good morning I am trying to reset ONE field in a repeating subform. I don't want to hide the instances of the subform for this action, or re-set the entire form. The field I wish to reset is form1.Main.sfOMKT.Table1.Row3.sfFigs.numFigures and sfOMKT is the repeating subform which it lives in. Obviously this works great for the first instance: xfa.host.resetData("form1.Main.sfOMKT.Table1.Row3.sfFigs.numFigures");But no matter how much I read I cannot grasp the referencing thing... Would anyone be...

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Re: WordNum Decimal, 5 Decimal Places - not dollars? - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 29-12-2021
Just for completeness for anyone else if they ever need it....every time I entered a 1 I got NaNI found this on the "1" line in the script code and removed it the extra plus sign after the = sign.....and now it works beautifully!! else if(deci[i]=="1")deciword+=+dg[1]+" ";

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Re: WordNum Decimal, 5 Decimal Places - not dollars? - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 29-12-2021
You are AMAZIIIIINNNGGG!!!!🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉I cannot thank you enough - just the BEST.

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Re: WordNum Decimal, 5 Decimal Places - not dollars? - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 29-12-2021
OK progress!!! I am getting a result and it is noting the "point" but not the numbers after the decimal point - example below:No error showing on the debugger when I try it in Acrobat - could it be an adjustment in the actual code?@Mayank_Tiwari - you are some kind of legend to get me this far sir!!!

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Re: WordNum Decimal, 5 Decimal Places - not dollars? - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 28-12-2021
Still no good 😞 Shifts the error up to line 7 telling me no closing brace. If I add a closing brace to Line 7, it just shifts down to the next error being an illegal "return" which says to me I have the closing brace in the wrong spot - but I have no idea where it should go 🙂 *adding the brace (clearly in the wrong spot) gives the next errorI have tried to apply some logic and have added it here - and the error has cleared - but again, I have no idea if it is correct. I have tried to research ...

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Re: WordNum Decimal, 5 Decimal Places - not dollars? - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 22-12-2021
Thank you so much for your time. I think this one it a bit above my skillset. If I copy and paste the above into a Script Object, I have an error: Basically, on the exit event of a number field (numFigures) I have used WordNum to calculate a written result in a field txtWords . So I guess I should reference the SO in the exit event of the numFigures, but I don't think I am going to be able to work out how. However - I will make this as correct for anyone else who is better at this stuff than I a...

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Re: WordNum Decimal, 5 Decimal Places - not dollars? - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 21-12-2021
Thank you for this! I think I had seen this in my hunt for answers but did not think it applied to AEM. Would you be able to help me with where this goes? The article states it is for a web page and to "put it in the head of the page". I am not a developer - I get by with the basics, but this one is a bit beyond me! 🙂 Which action would this sit within?

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