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ok i am just learning java and this is probally a very simple question but i cant seem to get the code to add a number to another. I have a text box which we will call the value, say the value is 300. how do i add 20. Everytime i try to do this i will come up with 30020. here is the code i have

function goldteeth (form) {
var price =form.price.value;

if (price == "1")
form.total.value = 200

else if (price == "2")
form.total.value = 300

else if (price == 3)
form.total.value = 400
function cleet (form) {

if (form.kit.value = "2")
form.total.value = form.total.value + 20

also here is a site with the program i tried to make. My Webpage
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You're adding 20 to the string 300 as opposed to the integer value 300.

Just change

form.total.value = form.total.value + 20


form.total.value = parseInt(form.total.value) + 20


Edited by Phil, 31 January 2007 - 03:22 PM.

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