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My "<!-- Script Block 1-->" Returns a NAN result when i add "<!-- Script Block 2-->" but if I remove Block 2, Block 1 works? Is there a way I can run the two together on the same page without them clashing?<html> <head> <!-- Script Block 1--><script language='javascript' type='text/javascript'>function calc(data){var cA1A=data.pA1A,cA2A=data.pA2A,cA3A=Math.floor(cA1A/cA2A),cA4A=cA3A*cA2A,cA5A=cA1A-cA4A,cA6A=cA5A>0?cA5A:cA2A;data.pA3A=cA3A;data.pA4A=cA4A;data.pA5A=cA5A;data.pA6A=cA6A}</script><script language='javascript' type='text/javascript'>var eeisus=0,eetrue="TRUE",eefalse="FALSE",eedec=".",eeth=",",eedecreg=new RegExp("\\.","g"),eethreg=new RegExp(",","g")</script><script language='javascript' type='text/javascript'>var co={};function recalc_onclick(){if(true){co.pA1A=eeparseFloat(document.formc.pA1A.value);co.pA2A=eeparseFloat(document.formc.pA2A.value);calc(co);document.formc.pA3A.value=eedisplayFloat(co.pA3A);document.formc.pA4A.value=eedisplayFloat(co.pA4A);document.formc.pA5A.value=eedisplayFloat(co.pA5A);document.formc.pA6A.value=eedisplayFloat(co.pA6A)}}</script><script language='javascript' type='text/javascript'>function myIsNaN(x){return isNaN(x)||typeof x=="number"&&!isFinite(x)}function round(n,nd){if(isFinite(n)&&isFinite(nd)){var sign_n=n<0?-1:1,abs_n=Math.abs(n),factor=Math.pow(10,nd);return sign_n*Math.round(abs_n*factor)/factor}else return NaN}function eeparseFloat(str){str=String(str).replace(eedecreg,".");var res=parseFloat(str);if(isNaN(res))return 0;else return res}var near0RegExp=new RegExp("[.](.*0000000|.*9999999)");function eedisplayFloat(x){if(myIsNaN(x))return Number.NaN;else{var str=String(x);if(near0RegExp.test(str)){x=round(x,8);str=String(x)}return str.replace(/\./g,eedec)}}</script><script language='javascript' type='text/javascript'>var reqlist=[];function reset_onclick();recalc_onclick("")}</script><!-- Script Block 2--><script language='javascript' type='text/javascript'>function calc() {var t = document.getElementById("cipher").value;var numbers = new Array();numbers = t.split(/\s+/);var sum = 0;var num = '';if (numbers.length == 1) { num = '0'; }for (i = 0; i < numbers.length; i++) {sum = sum + eval(numbers); if (i == numbers.length - 1) { num = num + " and ";} else { if (i > 0) { num = num + ", "} } num = num + numbers; }result = "<p>The sum of the numbers " + num + " is " + sum +"<"+"/p>";var resElement = document.getElementById("res");resElement.innerHTML = result;}</script><meta http-equiv='Content-type' content='text/html;charset=UTF-8'><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"></head> <body bgcolor="#FFFFFF" background="bckgrnd.gif" text="#000000" leftmargin="0" topmargin="0" class="titlestyle"> <div align="center"> <br> <form name="form1" class="textstyle"> <br> <br> <p><br></p> <font color="#0000FF" size="4" face="comic sans ms"><br> <textarea id='cipher' onclick="this.value=''" onchange='calc()'cols = 65 rows = 5 ></textarea>  <div id='res'></div> </font> </form> </div> </body> <body> <form id='formc' name='formc' method='post' action=''><table cellspacing='0' cellpadding='0' width='419' style='border-collapse:collapse' align="center"><tr style="height:1px;"><td style="width: 49px"></td><td width='192'></td></tr><tr><td class='ee100' style="width: 49px"><input onchange="this.value=eedisplayFloat(eeparseFloat(this.value));recalc_onclick('pA1A') ;setValueofBtn();" value='211' type='text' tabindex='1' style=' width:100%;padding-right:1px; color: #000000; text-align: right; background-color: #C0C0C0;' name='pA1A' id='pA1A' class='ee102' downkey='pA2A' onKeyDown="onEnterPress('pA1A');" > </td><td class='ee103' colspan='3'> </td></tr><tr style='height:13pt; '><td class='ee100' style="width: 49px"><input onchange="this.value=eedisplayFloat(eeparseFloat(this.value));recalc_onclick('pA2A') ;setValueofBtn();" value='49' type='text' tabindex='2' style=' width:100%;padding-right:1px; color: #000000; text-align: right; background-color: #C0C0C0;' name='pA2A' id='pA2A' class='ee102' onKeyDown="onEnterPress('pA2A');" > </td><td class='ee103' colspan='3'> </td></tr><tr style='height:13pt'><td class='ee109' style="width: 49px"><input type='hidden' value='0' tabindex='-1' style='overflow:hidden; border:0px solid #000000; width:100% ;padding-right:1px;' name='pA3A' id='pA3A' class='ee110' > </td><td class='ee103' colspan='3'><div style="height:13pt;overflow:hidden"></div></td></tr><tr style='height:13pt'><td class='ee109' style="width: 49px" ><input type='hidden' value='0' tabindex='-1' style='overflow:hidden; border:0px solid #000000; width:100% ;padding-right:1px;' name='pA4A' id='pA4A' class='ee110' > </td><td class='ee103' colspan='3'><div style="height:13pt;overflow:hidden"></div></td></tr><tr style='height:14pt'><td class='ee109' style="width: 49px" ><input value='0' name='pA5A' id='pA5A' type='hidden' > </td><td class='ee103' colspan='3'><div style="height:14pt;overflow:hidden"></div></td></tr><tr style='height:14pt; font-family: 'Comic Sans MS'; color: #0000FF; font-size: large; background-color: #FFFFCC; text-align: center;'><td class='ee111' style="width: 49px" ><input readonly='readonly' value='0' type='text' tabindex='-1' style='background: #FFFFCC; overflow:hidden; border:0px solid #000000; width:100%; padding-right:1px; text-align: center; color: #0000FF; font-weight: bold; font-size: large;' name='pA6A' id='pA6A' class='ee113' > </td><td class='ee103' colspan='3'>Result</td><tr style='height:13pt'><td class='ee103' style="width: 49px" ><div style="height:13pt;overflow:hidden"></div></td><td class='ee103' colspan='3'><div style="height:13pt;overflow:hidden"></div></td></tr></table></form></html>

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Also you can't have 2 functions with same name. Use calc1() and calc2()Or you can use this:

function calc(what) {  if (what == 1) {	 script 1 here;  } else if (what == 2) {	 script 2 here;  }}

And when using, use calc(1) or calc(2).

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