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function calcc() {
       var table = document.getElementById('countTable');
       var   total;
       var arlene1 = [];
       arlene1=document.getElementById('t3').value;
       for (var i = 0; i < table.rows.length; i++) {
           total += +parseFloat(arlene1[i],10);
           alert(total);
        document.getElementById('Text1').value = total;
 
       }
Plz Any help Me sir
Posted 31-Aug-12 0:23am
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__TR__ at 31-Aug-12 6:34am
   
Your question is not clear. Please elaborate.
ryanb31 at 31-Aug-12 8:27am
   
Just step through the code and debug it. It should be easy to find what the issue is. It is likely that arlene1[i] doesn't exist since arlene1 is a single value.

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