Simple Form Validation

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by greg.scharlemann@gmail.com, Oct 15, 2005.

  1. Guest

    I've been playing with this form validation method for a while and have
    tried an array of things but haven't had any luck with a couple items.

    1. The validateForm() function doesn't detect when the Min price is
    greater than the maximum price.
    2. The validateForm() function doesn't call isNumber() on the minBaths,
    maxBaths, minBeds, or maxBeds.
    3. Despite errors in input and the validateForm() function returning
    false, the form is still submitted.

    These are probably obvious fixes...I'm just not seeing them. thanks for
    any help.

    Here's the code:
    <html>
    <head>
    <title></title>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/main.css">
    <script language="JavaScript">
    <!--
    function validateForm(thisForm){
    alert("validateForm() called");
    //alert("'" + thisForm.minBaths.value + "'");
    //alert(isNumber(thisForm.minBaths.value));
    if (thisForm.minPrice.value == "") {
    alert("You must enter a starting price.");
    thisForm.minPrice.focus();
    return false;
    } else if(!isNumber(thisForm.minPrice.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number for the starting price.");
    thisForm.minPrice.focus();
    return false;
    } else if (thisForm.maxPrice.value == "") {
    alert("You must enter a maximum price.");
    thisForm.maxPrice.focus();
    return false;
    } else if(!isNumber(thisForm.maxPrice.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number for the maximum price.");
    thisFormForm.maxPrice.focus();
    return false;
    } else if(thisForm.minPrice.valueOf() >
    thisForm.maxPrice.valueOf()) {
    alert("The starting value is greater than the maximum price.");
    thisForm.minPrice.focus();
    return false;
    } else if(!isNumber(thisForm.minBaths.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number for the minimum bathrooms.");
    thisForm.minBaths.focus();
    return false;
    } else if(!isNumber(thisForm.maxBaths.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number of the maximum bathrooms.");
    thisForm.maxBaths.focus();
    } else if(!isNumber(thisForm.minBeds.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number for the minimum bedrooms.");
    thisForm.minBeds.focus();
    return false;
    } else if(!isNumber(thisForm.maxBeds.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number for the maximum bedrooms.");
    thisForm.maxBeds.focus();
    return false;
    } else {
    return false;
    }
    }

    function isNumber(entry) {
    //alert("isNumber() Called");
    validChar='0123456789'; // characters allowed
    strlen=entry.length; // how long is test string
    if (strlen < 1) {return false;} // no check!
    // Now scan string for illegal characters
    for (i=0; i < strlen; i++ ) {
    if (validChar.indexOf(entry.charAt(i)) < 0) {
    return false;
    }
    }
    //alert("returning true");
    return true;
    }

    //-->
    </script>
    </head>
    <body>
    <!-- HEADER START -->
    <table border="0" width="100%" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
    <tr>
    <td class="bottomborder" colspan="3">
    <div align="right" style="font-size:12px;">| <a
    href="/">Home</a> |
    <a href="/about.php">About</a> |
    <a href="/contact.php">Contact</a> |&nbsp;</div>
    </td>
    </tr>
    <!-- HEADER END -->
    <tr>
    <td valign="top" width="550">
    <form name="searchForm" onSubmit="return validateForm(this)"
    method="post">
    <input type="hidden" name="advanced" value="true" />
    <input type="hidden" name="valid" value="true" />
    <table width="600" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="0"
    class="padLeft">
    <tr>
    <td nowrap align="right">Street:</td>
    <td colspan="7" nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input
    type="text" name="StreetName" size="30" value=""/></td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td nowrap align="right">City:</td>
    <td nowrap colspan="4">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input
    type="text" name="City" size="20"
    value=""/>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;State:
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    <select name="State">
    <option value="NC">NC</option>
    <option value="SC">SC</option>
    </select>
    <span
    style="padding-left:6px;padding-right:6px;font-size:12px;font-weight:bold;color:$999";>-OR-</span>
    Zip Code:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text" name="ZipCode" size="6"
    maxlength="5" value=""/></td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td colspan="5">&nbsp;</td>
    </tr>
    <td colspan="5" style="padding-left:10px">
    <table border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1">
    <tr>
    <td nowrap align="right">Min Price:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="minPrice" size="4" value="120000"/></td>
    <td nowrap align="right">Max Price:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="maxPrice" size="4" value="125000"/></td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td nowrap align="right">Min Beds:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="minBeds" size="4" maxlength="2" /></td>
    <td nowrap align="right">Max Beds:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="maxBeds" size="4" maxlength="2" /></td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td nowrap align="right">Min Baths:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="minBaths" size="4" maxlength="2" value="ax" /></td>
    <td nowrap width="75" align="right">Max Baths:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="maxBaths" size="4" maxlength="2" /></td>
    </tr>
    </table>
    </td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td>&nbsp;</td>
    <td colspan="3"><input type="submit" value="Submit"
    name="submit" /></td>
    </tr>
    </table>
    </form>
    </td>
    </tr>
    </table>
    </body>
    </html>
    , Oct 15, 2005
    #1
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  2. On 15/10/2005 21:28, wrote:

    [snip]

    > <script language="JavaScript">


    The language attribute has long been deprecated in favour of the
    required type attribute:

    <script type="text/javascript">

    > <!--


    Don't use SGML comment delimiters in SCRIPT elements.

    [snip]

    > if (thisForm.minPrice.value == "") {


    Form controls shouldn't be thought of as properties of the FORM object.
    FORM objects have a property, elements, that contain the controls as a
    collection.

    A simpler test for an empty string is to convert it to a boolean. Empty
    strings type-convert to boolean false:

    var controls = thisForm.elements;

    if(!controls.minPrice.value) {

    [snip]

    > } else if(thisForm.minPrice.valueOf() >
    > thisForm.maxPrice.valueOf()) {


    Depending which browser you run this in, it either won't do what you
    want (compare the user input values as numbers), or it will error out.

    IE does the latter, and this is most likely why the form submission
    isn't stopped.

    [snip]

    > } else {
    > return false;
    > }


    The else clause should return true. Was this just for testing purposes?


    function validateForm(form) {
    var controls = form.elements,
    minPrice = controls.minPrice,
    maxPrice = controls.maxPrice,
    minBaths = controls.minBaths,
    maxBaths = controls.maxBaths,
    minBeds = controls.minBeds,
    maxBeds = controls.maxBeds;

    /* The isNumber function used here should be the second one
    * proposed below. That regular expression ensures that at
    * least one character is present, and that it's a number.
    */
    if(!isNumber(minPrice.value)) {
    alert('Please enter a number for the minimum price.');
    minPrice.focus();
    return false;
    }
    if(!isNumber(maxPrice.value)) {
    alert('Please enter a number for the maximum price.');
    maxPrice.focus();
    return false;
    }
    /* Notice below that the string values are type-converted
    * to numbers before the comparison is made.
    * We already know that the string represents a number.
    */
    if(+minPrice.value > +maxPrice.value) {
    /* String literal wrapped for posting, only. */
    alert('The starting value must not be '
    + 'greater than the maximum price.');
    minPrice.focus();
    return false;
    }
    if(!isNumber(minBaths.value)) {
    alert('Please enter a number for the '
    + 'minimum number of bathrooms.');
    minBaths.focus();
    return false;
    }
    if(!isNumber(maxBaths.value)) {
    alert('Please enter a number for the '
    + 'maximum number of bathrooms.');
    maxBaths.focus();
    return false;
    }
    if(!isNumber(minBeds.value)) {
    alert('Please enter a number for the '
    + 'minimum number of bedrooms.');
    minBeds.focus();
    return false;
    }
    if(!isNumber(maxBeds.value)) {
    alert('Please enter a number for the '
    + 'maximum number of bedrooms.');
    maxBeds.focus();
    return false;
    }
    return true;
    }

    > function isNumber(entry) {
    > //alert("isNumber() Called");
    > validChar='0123456789'; // characters allowed
    > strlen=entry.length; // how long is test string
    > if (strlen < 1) {return false;} // no check!
    > // Now scan string for illegal characters
    > for (i=0; i < strlen; i++ ) {
    > if (validChar.indexOf(entry.charAt(i)) < 0) {
    > return false;
    > }
    > }
    > //alert("returning true");
    > return true;
    > }


    A simpler, quicker test for numbers is to use regular expressions.

    function isNumber(string) {
    return !/\D/.test(string);
    }

    This simply ensures that the string doesn't contain non-digit
    characters, which is fine in most simple cases where only integers are
    permitted as input. Something a little more complex would be:

    function isNumber(string) {
    return /^(0|[1-9]\d*)(\.\d+)?$/.test(string);
    }

    which allows for decimal values, too.

    [snip]

    > <div align="right" style="font-size:12px;">| <a
    > href="/">Home</a> |
    > <a href="/about.php">About</a> |
    > <a href="/contact.php">Contact</a> |&nbsp;</div>


    That should be marked-up as a list (UL) of links.

    [snip]

    > <form name="searchForm" onSubmit="return validateForm(this)"
    > method="post">


    I assume you omitted the action attribute just for this example?

    > <input type="hidden" name="advanced" value="true" />


    You seem to be confused about whether you're writing HTML or XHTML. Just
    use the former.

    [snip]

    > <span style="padding-left:6px;padding-right:6px;font-size:12px;


    Don't specify font sizes using pixels as this prevents IE from resizing
    the text. Use percentages, instead (preferably no lower than 85% of
    default).

    > font-weight: bold;color:$999";>-OR-</span>


    Was the dollar symbol ($) intentional, or a typo for a hash (#)?

    [snip]

    Mike

    --
    Michael Winter
    Prefix subject with [News] before replying by e-mail.
    Michael Winter, Oct 16, 2005
    #2
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  3. Nag Guest

    1. The validateForm() function doesn't detect when the Min price is
    greater than the maximum price.
    You should use 'value' method insted of valueOf().
    2. The validateForm() function doesn't call isNumber() on the minBaths,

    maxBaths, minBeds, or maxBeds.
    There is some problem in your logic. Please find my changed logic
    below. Also, you can make use of built in javascript function for
    checking number or not by isNaN()
    3. Despite errors in input and the validateForm() function returning
    false, the form is still submitted.
    Check the changed form below.

    Pls test this form, let me know if you have any problem.

    Thanks,
    Nag.

    ---------------------------
    Starts here
    ---------------------------

    <html>
    <head>
    <title></title>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/main.css">
    <script language="JavaScript">
    <!--
    function validateForm(thisForm){
    var okay = true;
    alert("validateForm() called");
    alert("Value of minprice" + thisForm.minPrice.value);
    if (thisForm.minPrice.value == "") {
    alert("You must enter a starting price.");
    thisForm.minPrice.focus();
    okay = false;
    } else if(isNaN(thisForm.minPrice.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number for the starting price.");
    thisForm.minPrice.focus();
    okay = false;
    }

    if(okay)
    {
    alert("Inside maxPrice block:");
    if (thisForm.maxPrice.value == "") {
    alert("You must enter a maximum price.");
    thisForm.maxPrice.focus();
    okay = false;
    } else if(isNaN(thisForm.maxPrice.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number for the maximum price.");
    thisFormForm.maxPrice.focus();
    okay = false;
    }
    }



    if(okay)
    {
    alert("in comparision block");
    if(thisForm.minPrice.value > thisForm.maxPrice.value) {
    alert("The starting value is greater than the maximum price.");
    thisForm.minPrice.focus();
    okay = false;
    }
    else
    okay = true;
    }

    if(okay)
    {
    if(isNaN(thisForm.minBaths.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number for the minimum bathrooms.");
    thisForm.minBaths.focus();
    okay = false;
    } else if(isNaN(thisForm.maxBaths.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number of the maximum bathrooms.");
    okay = false;
    } else if(isNaN(thisForm.minBeds.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number for the minimum bedrooms.");
    thisForm.minBeds.focus();
    okay = false;
    } else if(isNaN(thisForm.maxBeds.value)) {
    alert("Please enter a number for the maximum bedrooms.");
    thisForm.maxBeds.focus();
    okay = false;
    } else {
    okay = true;
    }
    }

    if(okay)
    return true;
    else
    return false;
    }
    //-->
    </script>
    </head>
    <body>
    <!-- HEADER START -->
    <table border="0" width="100%" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
    <tr>
    <td class="bottomborder" colspan="3">
    <div align="right" style="font-size:12px;">| <a
    href="/">Home</a> |
    <a href="/about.php">About</a> |
    <a href="/contact.php">Contact</a> |&nbsp;</div>
    </td>
    </tr>
    <!-- HEADER END -->
    <tr>
    <td valign="top" width="550">
    <form name="searchForm" onSubmit="return validateForm(this)"
    method="post">
    <input type="hidden" name="advanced" value="true" />
    <input type="hidden" name="valid" value="true" />
    <table width="600" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="0"

    class="padLeft">
    <tr>
    <td nowrap align="right">Street:</td>
    <td colspan="7" nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input
    type="text" name="StreetName" size="30" value=""/></td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td nowrap align="right">City:</td>
    <td nowrap colspan="4">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input
    type="text" name="City" size="20"
    value=""/>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;State:
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    <select name="State">
    <option value="NC">NC</option>
    <option value="SC">SC</option>
    </select>
    <span
    style="padding-left:6px;padding-right:6px;font-size:12px;font-weight:bold;c­olor:$999";>-OR-</span>

    Zip Code:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text" name="ZipCode" size="6"
    maxlength="5" value=""/></td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td colspan="5">&nbsp;</td>
    </tr>
    <td colspan="5" style="padding-left:10px">
    <table border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1">
    <tr>
    <td nowrap align="right">Min Price:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="minPrice" size="4" value="120000"/></td>
    <td nowrap align="right">Max Price:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="maxPrice" size="4" value="125000"/></td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td nowrap align="right">Min Beds:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="minBeds" size="4" maxlength="2" /></td>
    <td nowrap align="right">Max Beds:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="maxBeds" size="4" maxlength="2" /></td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td nowrap align="right">Min Baths:</td>
    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="minBaths" size="4" maxlength="2" value="ax" /></td>
    <td nowrap width="75" align="right">Max Baths:</td>

    <td nowrap>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<input type="text"
    name="maxBaths" size="4" maxlength="2" /></td>
    </tr>
    </table>
    </td>
    </tr>
    <tr>
    <td>&nbsp;</td>
    <td colspan="3"><input type="submit" value="Submit"
    name="submit" /></td>
    </tr>
    </table>
    </form>
    </td>
    </tr>
    </table>
    </body>
    </html>

    -----------------
    ends here
    -----------------
    Nag, Oct 16, 2005
    #3
  4. RobG Guest

    Michael Winter wrote:
    [...]
    > /* Notice below that the string values are type-converted
    > * to numbers before the comparison is made.
    > * We already know that the string represents a number.
    > */
    > if(+minPrice.value > +maxPrice.value) {


    A question Mike:

    You are using the unary '+' to convert the strings to numbers, but when
    strings are used in a numeric comparison they are converted to numbers
    automatically. Therefore the use of '+' seems to be redundant.

    Is there some other reason for it?

    [...]

    --
    Rob
    RobG, Oct 16, 2005
    #4
  5. RobG wrote:
    > Michael Winter wrote:
    > [...]
    >> /* Notice below that the string values are type-converted
    >> * to numbers before the comparison is made.
    >> * We already know that the string represents a number.
    >> */
    >> if(+minPrice.value > +maxPrice.value) {

    >
    > A question Mike:
    >
    > You are using the unary '+' to convert the strings to numbers,
    > but when strings are used in a numeric comparison they are
    > converted to numbers automatically.

    <snip>

    Not true. The Abstract Relational Comparison Algorithm (ECMA 262 3rd
    edition; section 11.8.5) has a strong preference for doing its
    comparisons with numeric value but set 3 tests to see if both operands
    are strings and if they are it jumps to step 16, where the strings are
    subject to comparison as a sequence of characters.

    As form the control's - value - properties are of string type, comparing
    two of them will require the explicit type-conversion if numeric
    comparison is required, (Though it would only be strictly necessary to
    explicitly type-convert one of the operands to avoid step 3 jumping to
    step 16.)

    Richard.
    Richard Cornford, Oct 16, 2005
    #5
  6. RobG Guest

    Richard Cornford wrote:
    > RobG wrote:
    >
    >>Michael Winter wrote:
    >>[...]
    >>
    >>> /* Notice below that the string values are type-converted
    >>> * to numbers before the comparison is made.
    >>> * We already know that the string represents a number.
    >>> */
    >>> if(+minPrice.value > +maxPrice.value) {

    >>
    >>A question Mike:
    >>
    >>You are using the unary '+' to convert the strings to numbers,
    >>but when strings are used in a numeric comparison they are
    >>converted to numbers automatically.

    >
    > <snip>
    >
    > Not true. The Abstract Relational Comparison Algorithm (ECMA 262 3rd
    > edition; section 11.8.5) has a strong preference for doing its
    > comparisons with numeric value but set 3 tests to see if both operands
    > are strings and if they are it jumps to step 16, where the strings are
    > subject to comparison as a sequence of characters.
    >
    > As form the control's - value - properties are of string type, comparing
    > two of them will require the explicit type-conversion if numeric
    > comparison is required, (Though it would only be strictly necessary to
    > explicitly type-convert one of the operands to avoid step 3 jumping to
    > step 16.)


    Thanks Richard, it was clearly a misunderstanding on my part.

    I realise now that it came from comparing values to numbers
    (e.g. minPrice.value > 0) where the 'jump to step 16' is prevented.



    --
    Rob
    RobG, Oct 16, 2005
    #6
  7. JRS: In article <>,
    dated Sat, 15 Oct 2005 13:28:18, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript,
    posted :
    >I've been playing with this form validation method for a while and have
    >tried an array of things but haven't had any luck with a couple items.


    Don't rely on luck. If something does not work, isolate it as a minimal
    test case, reducing it until you understand. Also, read the newsgroup
    FAQ.

    You've used .value in some places and .valueOf() in others.
    Strings are compared as strings, and can be converted to numbers with
    unary +.
    You don't need else after if () { ... return } .


    Repetitive code should be replaced with function calls.
    Untested Example :

    function Empty(Item, Name) {
    var Bad = Item.value > ""
    if (Bad) { alert("You must enter a " + Name) ; Item.focus() }
    return Bad

    ....

    if (Empty(thisForm.minPrice, "starting price.")) return false
    if (Empty(thisForm.maxPrice, "maximum price.")) return false


    function isNumber(entry) { return /^\d+$/.test(entry) }

    > if (strlen < 1) {return false;} // no check! // no need.



    > <div align="right" style="font-size:12px;">| <a


    Specifying absolute sizes is in breach of disabled access legislation
    principles in civilised countries. Likewise absolute widths.


    > <form name="searchForm" onSubmit="return validateForm(this)"
    >method="post">


    Don't let your posting agent wrap lines, whether HTML or script. The
    experts prefer not to waste time with unnecessary errors.

    Read the newsgroup FAQ again. And read <URL:http://www.merlyn.demon.co.
    uk/js-valid.htm>.

    --
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    Dr John Stockton, Oct 16, 2005
    #7
  8. Mike

    Thanks for such a thorough response. I've updated my validateForm()
    method and it works great. one question I had on your comments however
    is related to the links:

    >> <div align="right" style="font-size:12px;">| <a
    >> href="/">Home</a> |
    >> <a href="/about.php">About</a> |
    >> <a href="/contact.php">Contact</a> |&nbsp;</div>



    >That should be marked-up as a list (UL) of links.


    Can you give me an example of what you mean with the <ul> tag and the
    links ?

    Thanks, Greg
    Greg Scharlemann, Oct 16, 2005
    #8
  9. JRS: In article <>
    , dated Sat, 15 Oct 2005 16:29:46, seen in news:comp.lang.javascript,
    Nag <> posted :
    >
    >if(okay)
    > return true;
    >else
    > return false;



    You mean
    return okay

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    #9
  10. RobG Guest

    Greg Scharlemann wrote:
    > Mike
    >
    > Thanks for such a thorough response. I've updated my validateForm()
    > method and it works great. one question I had on your comments however
    > is related to the links:
    >
    >
    >>> <div align="right" style="font-size:12px;">| <a
    >>>href="/">Home</a> |
    >>> <a href="/about.php">About</a> |
    >>> <a href="/contact.php">Contact</a> |&nbsp;</div>

    >
    >
    >
    >>That should be marked-up as a list (UL) of links.

    >
    >
    > Can you give me an example of what you mean with the <ul> tag and the
    > links ?


    Search for "css horizontal list", below is an example but for a fairly
    thorough treatment:

    <URL:http://www.alistapart.com/articles/taminglists/>



    <head>
    <style type="text/css">
    #navLinks li {
    display: inline;
    list-style-type: none;
    padding: 0 5px 0 0;
    }
    </style>


    <body>
    <ul id="navLinks">
    <li><a href="/about.php">About</a></li>
    <li><a href="/contact.php">Contact</a></li>
    </ul>



    --
    Rob
    RobG, Oct 17, 2005
    #10
  11. Michael Winter wrote:

    > On 15/10/2005 21:28, wrote:
    >> <!--

    >
    > Don't use SGML comment delimiters in SCRIPT elements.


    That would still allow for "<!" and ">" :)

    Better to say not to use SGML CDO (Comment Declaration Open[1]) and
    CDC (Comment Declaration Close[2]) delimiters in `script' elements.


    SCNR

    PointedEars
    ___________
    [1] Informal abbreviation to be found in W3C WG's docs for "SGML
    Declaration Open delimiter followed by SGML Comment Open delimiter"
    [2] Informal abbreviation to be found in W3C WG's docs for "SGML
    Comment Close delimiter followed by SGML Declaration Close delimiter"
    --
    The English government is much of a German poodle as
    other governments. The Germans infiltrated them all.
    -- "The only real Barbara Schwarz", dsw.scientology,
    <>)
    Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn, Oct 18, 2005
    #11
  12. Nag Guest


    > >
    > >if(okay)
    > > return true;
    > >else
    > > return false;

    >
    >
    > You mean
    > return okay
    >

    yeah..thats correct. I should have mentioned single line
    statement..thanks.

    Nag.
    Nag, Oct 18, 2005
    #12
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