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In a dynamically created table, there are multiple rows, and each row contains 7 cells. When I click a cell of a row, I want to find out which cell is actually picked using the jQuery (see the code below). In debugging, I went though the 'this' item. In the this.cells, the 7 cells are on the list. But I could not find the property that shows whether the cell is actively selected or not. What's the proper approach to find out if a cell is picked or not? Thanks.

JavaScript
$('#selectedListTable').on('click', 'tr', function () { 
   ...
});


What I have tried:

How to find out which cell is picked by a clicking event through jQuery?
Posted
Updated 8-Dec-16 18:41pm

1 solution

try this,
replace the tr with td, by doing so the this object will be filled with current cell object.
JavaScript
$('#selectedListTable').on('click', 'td', function () { 
   ...
});
 
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s yu 9-Dec-16 10:55am    
Thanks for your response. It works well. Thanks.

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