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setInterval with Parameters

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So I've got this code:

[HTML]function startCalc(one, two, three){
interval = setInterval(calc(one, two, three),1);

function calc(one, two, three){
var element = document.getElementById(one).value;
var element2 = document.getElementById(two).value;
document.getElementById(three).value = (element * 1) * (element2 * 1);

function stopCalc(){

Now, calc is being ran without the interval because it doesn't have quotes. However, if I put quotes in, the parameters aren't passed and the function doesn't work. What can I do? Thanks in advance for your help.
Jan 15 '08 #1
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Welcome to TSDN!

You will need to quote the arguments:
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  1. function startCalc(one, two, three){
  2.     interval = setInterval("calc('"+one+"', '"+two+"', '"+three+"')",1);
  3. }
Jan 15 '08 #2

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