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Calculating Minimum and Maximum Field Attributes

WS Form can calculate minimum and maximum field attributes of a series of fields.

Demo

Variables

The calculations in the demo above are achieved using the following variables:

Variable Description Client-Side Example
#field_min_id(id, id[, id]) Returns the ID of the field that contains the lowest number. #calc(#field_min_id(1, 2, 3))
#field_max_id(id, id[, id]) Returns the ID of the field that contains the highest number. #calc(#field_min_id(1, 2, 3))
#field_min_label(id, id[, id]) Returns the label of the field that contains the lowest number. #text(#field_min_label(1, 2, 3))
#field_max_label(id, id[, id]) Returns the label of the field that contains the highest number. #text(#field_min_label(1, 2, 3))
#field_min_value(id, id[, id]) Returns the value of the field that contains the lowest number. #calc(#field_min_value(1, 2, 3, 4))
#field_max_value(id, id[, id]) Returns the value of the field that contains the highest number. #calc(#field_max_value(1, 2, 3, 4))

You must specify 2 or more field ID’s for these variables to work.

If you use these variables in an action, such as Send Email, you should not include #calc or #text