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Velocita di getElementById

Ciao a tutti,

sto sviluppando una jsp che mostra all'utente una serie di celle sulle
quali ad ogni
evento onclick() eseguo la routine SelezionaSpazio passando gli id sia
della cella
che dei livelli superiodi di raggruppamento su cui ad ogni click devo
sommare o
sottrarre 1.

Il colore della cella deve cambiare inoltre da coloreOn a coloreOff. Le
celle sulla pagina sono in media di 300.

Secondo voi, calcolando che ad
ogni click devo modificare anche dei campi hidden, è corretto il mio
modo di accedere ai singoli elementi dell'HTML???

Esistono modi per accedere alle variabili HTML in modo piu rapido?


//*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** **//

function selezionaSpazio (idtabe, idcomune, idstrada, colorOn,
colorOff) {

// Verifico che lo spazio sia selezionabile
var selezionabile = document.getEle mentById('slz' + idtabe);
if (selezionabile. value == 'S') {

var calledByScript = arguments[1];
var tabe = document.getEle mentById('tbl' + idtabe);
var sceltoComune = document.getEle mentById('slc' + idcomune);
var sceltoStrada = document.getEle mentById('sls' + idstrada);
var scelta = document.getEle mentById('ssp' + idtabe);
//var scelta = document.getEle mentByName('SEL SPEJ' + idtabe);
var prezzo = document.getEle mentById('prs' + idtabe);

var valorePre = document.getEle mentById('valpr e');

var immagscelta = document.getEle mentById('bas' + idtabe);

var immagopzione = document.getEle mentById('bal' + idtabe);
var opzione = document.getEle mentById('opz' + idtabe);

document.JPRE02 .SAVPAGJ.value = 'N';

if (!tabe) return;
if (scelta.value != 'S') {
tabe.bgColor = colorOn;
tabe.title = 'Spazio prenotato';
sceltoComune.va lue = Number(sceltoCo mune.value)+ 1;
sceltoStrada.va lue = Number(sceltoSt rada.value)+ 1;
scelta.value = "S";
immagscelta.src ='../gif/led-red.gif';
immagscelta.alt ='Spazio selezionato';
valorePre.value = parseFloat(valo rePre.value) +
parseFloat(prez zo.value);
else {
tabe.bgColor = colorOff;
tabe.title = 'Spazio non prenotato';
sceltoComune.va lue = Number(sceltoCo mune.value)- 1;
sceltoStrada.va lue = Number(sceltoSt rada.value)- 1;
scelta.value = "N";
immagscelta.src ='../gif/led-gray.gif';
immagscelta.alt ='Seleziona Spazio';
immagopzione.sr c='../gif/led-gray.gif';
opzione.value = 'N';
immagopzione.al t='Opziona Spazio';
valorePre.value = parseFloat(valo rePre.value) -
parseFloat(prez zo.value);

//if (!calledByScrip t) saveCategState( );

// Verifico se lo spazio era gia venduto
var giavenduto = document.getEle mentById('gvn' + idtabe);
if (giavenduto.val ue == 'S') {
tabe.bgColor = '#CCCCCC';
tabe.title = 'Spazio venduto';
selezionabile.v alue = 'N'
immagscelta.src ='../gif/led-red.gif';



//*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** **//

May 22 '06 #1
2 1268
JRS: In article <11************ *********@i39g2 000cwa.googlegr oups.com>,
dated Mon, 22 May 2006 04:41:23 remote, seen in
news:comp.lang. javascript, lorologiodoro <cm******@gmail .com> posted :
Esistono modi per accedere alle variabili HTML in modo piu rapido?
function selezionaSpazio (idtabe, idcomune, idstrada, colorOn,
colorOff) {

// Verifico che lo spazio sia selezionabile
var selezionabile = document.getEle mentById('slz' + idtabe);
AIUI, that must search through all the IDs until it finds the one
wanted. Possibly, if you can put all those elements in a Form, and
identify the form as (effectively) var F = this.form, you can address
the elements within the form and search only within the form. Newsgroup
FAQ & FAQ notes may help.

Also, you could do some of the lookups in onLoad code, and store the
references in global variables for use later - e.g. valorePre.

sceltoComune.va lue = Number(sceltoCo mune.value)+ 1;
General : with S a string, +S should be faster than Number(S) + 1.
Particular : How about sceltoComune.va lue++ ??

valorePre.value = parseFloat(valo rePre.value) +
parseFloat(pre zzo.value);

Likewise, faster,
valorePre.value = +valorePre.valu e + +prezzo.value ;

Don't let your posting agent line-wrap code; posted code should be
directly executable. Indent with two or three spaces.

I regret to say that there's only one thing I can write in Italian; I
don't know exactly what it means, but it seems irrelevant here.

© John Stockton, Surrey, UK. ?@merlyn.demon. co.uk Turnpike v4.00 IE 4 ©
<URL:http://www.jibbering.c om/faq/> JL/RC: FAQ of news:comp.lang. javascript
<URL:http://www.merlyn.demo n.co.uk/js-index.htm> jscr maths, dates, sources.
<URL:http://www.merlyn.demo n.co.uk/> TP/BP/Delphi/jscr/&c, FAQ items, links.
May 22 '06 #2
thank you for your help...
my IDs are already putted in a form ...

what do you mean when you talk about form? ... do you mean that the
variable value returns faster if i use document.form.S ELEZI.value in
stead of getelementbyID?

on your opinion how could i store values in global variables in the
onLoad code? ... how can i update HTML variables from global variables?

thank you
sorry for my poor english! :)

May 23 '06 #3

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