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Evaluating Multiple Sets of Radio Buttons With JavaScript

New Here ,
Nov 27, 2020 Nov 27, 2020

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I have a form with 3 yes/no questions. I am using radio buttons (a, b, c).  I need to trigger an event -- make a hidden text box visible -- only if the answer is 'yes' to all three questions.

I have this code but it doesn't work. Not sure what's wrong. Please help

event.target.hidden = !( (this.getField("a").value=="aYes") && (this.getField("b").value=="bYes") && (this.getField("c").value=="cYes"))

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Nov 27, 2020 Nov 27, 2020

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Where did you place this code? Are there any error messages in the JS Console when you use it?

You should not use the hidden property. It's deprecated. Use the display property, instead.

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I placed it in the custom calculation script of the hidden field

No didn't get any errors

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Can you share the actual file with us?

You can attach it to the original message using the tiny paperclip icon at the bottom when you edit it, or upload it to a file-sharing website (like Dropbox, Google Drive, Adobe Cloud, etc.), generate a share link and then post it here.

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No luck with display either

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sample file 

here it is

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You didn't use the correct export values in your code. It's "Yes" and "No", not "aYes", "bYes", etc.

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Thank you so much!

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