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Dynamically Populate a field based on two different values

  1. I have a form with 25 questions. I've got code here that tabulates answers and produces the result "one" "two" or "three" based on what questions you picked.

    The next form (not page, a whole new form) has 4 fields.
    Name: [___________]
    Result: [___________] (this gets pre-populated with the values above)
    New Question: [___________] (This is a drop down with value "a", "b", and "c")
    End Result: [___________]

    I need a way to populate the End Result field with data from the middle two. I'm not quite sure how to go about this? :/

    this means
    R="one" | NQ:="b" === ER="one+b" with one+b being a new result. or
    R="one" | NQ:="a" === ER="one+a"

    So 9 total possible outcomes

    Posted 11 years ago on Tuesday March 6, 2012 | Permalink
  2. Hi, thirdriver,

    I may not be entirely understanding you. When on the second form, are you expecting the user to choose an option (a, b, or c) from the New Question drop down and upon selection, have the End Result wind up being the Result field plus the New Question selection, and display that new calculation in the End Result right away?

    Posted 11 years ago on Wednesday March 14, 2012 | Permalink

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