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Default Ch14 - timesheets with one row

If the timesheet only has a single row, the function Recalculate doesn't work, as txtMondayHours is not treated as an array, so doesn't have a .length property. Tabbing from the last entry also fails, as txtMondayHours[0] does not exist (not an array)
I've modified the code as follows to get round this -

function Recalculate(dayofweek)
   //Get the number of rows
   var intCount = 0
   if (document.Form1.txtMondayHours.length > 0)

   //Find the day of the week that you are working with
   switch (dayofweek)
      case "Monday":
         //Set the current total to 0 as it will be recalculated
         document.Form1.txtMondayTotal.value = 0;
         //Process each row of data adding it to the total
         if (intCount == 0)
         document.Form1.txtMondayTotal.value =

         for (i=0;i<intCount;i++)
            document.Form1.txtMondayTotal.value =
               parseInt(document.Form1.txtMondayTotal.value) +
       case "Tuesday":

function tabSelect()
   if (document.Form1.txtMondayHours.length > 0)

in TimeSheet.aspx.vb>>>>>>>>

Public Sub DisplayTimeSheet()
       'Write the total row
        Response.Write("<td><INPUT type=""text"" name=""txtMondayTotal""" & _
             "class=""TransparentTextBox"" readonly " & _
             "onfocus=""javascript:tabSelect();"" value=""" & _
             objTimeSheetDS.Tables("TimeSheet").Rows(intIndex). Item( _
             "MondayHours") & """></td>" & ControlChars.CrLf)

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