Another Javascript Multi-Value-Field-To-Array Routine

Here's another short routine to parse a multi-value field on a form into a JavaScript array. It works in both MSIE

3 & 4, and Netscape 3 & 4. var inVal=document.forms[0].multValue.value; var myArray=new Array(); var count=0; var beg=0; var end=0; while (end!=-1){ end=inVal.indexOf(";", beg); myArray[count]=inVal.substring(beg,end) beg=end+1 count++ }

This was first published in November 2000

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