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How can I make sure all InputFields have values before processing a nb form?
This is a two part problem: I have a form that accepts both numeric and text inputs, then runs a function using a "process" Button. The issue I'm having is users that forget to fill out all of the ...
Jun 10 '12 at 0:22
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