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Lbp810 R110 V110 Win X64 En 7exe 40 ellmarc





Lbp810 R110 V110 Win X64 En 7exe 40









Lbp810 R110 V110 Win X64 En 7exe 40


A: I am not a total expert in this area, but I think your code needs to include if(text == 'EN') { output = output + ' '; } else if(text == 'ES') { output = output + '.'; } else if(text == 'FR') { output = output + '.'; } Otherwise it is impossible to tell when the end of your lines is reached. Another thing I can suggest is to have your loop just write to the console without appending a line terminator. You could use this instead: while(true) { //Your code here. Console.WriteLine(); } The idea is that every time the code writes a new line the loop is restarted so you won't get multiple lines all next to each other. I believe this is what you are after? Q: Programmatically assigning an ID to a button I want to assign a name to a button in javascript programmatically, this is what I have come up with, but it doesn't work, can you help me with this? function doSomething() { var username = document.getElementById("username"); var password = document.getElementById("password"); username.value = "Test"; password.value = "Test2"; var newButton = document.createElement("input"); newButton.setAttribute("type", "button"); newButton.setAttribute("id", "loginButton"); newButton.value = "Login"; document.getElementById("loginForm").appendChild(newButton); } This is what is displayed in the HTML code when the function is called A: You are trying to access input elements by ID, you should try using the name attribute: var username = document.getElementById("username"); var password = document.getElementById("password"); username.value = "Test"; password.value = "Test2"; var newButton = document.createElement









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