vlb at cfcl.com
Fri Jul 4 22:02:08 PDT 2008
At 20:31 -0700 07/04/2008, Kevin Frost wrote:
> Noooo! Don't poison the novices with innerHTML! That's like telling
> people not to 'use strict' in Perl.
Being a Perl programmer, I can totally understand your trepidation.
However... speaking as a frustrated JS noobie... the innerHTML worked.
Less frightening variations would be gratefully accepted.
Also, if anyone has any hints about how to handle more than one sortable
list on a page, I'd be grateful. :) The sort function is handed an ID to
the list to sort.
In Perl I'd use a hash
origList[$id] = #save the list data;
and then I'd just go looking for origList[$id] when I was asked to revert
Although something described as an 'associative array' is present, it
doesn't seem to be quite the same thing.
Current code is here:
And many thanks for helping me in this educational exercise... if any of
you have a TWiki you're running and have questions about how to do
something there, just ask!!!
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