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It doesn't have to be a form, but yes that would be the way to go. Presumably you'll be putting these calculated values somewhere on the page (not necessarily into a form field) - you can either have a "calculate" button that does the math, or automatically do the math whenever the inputs change values.


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You can definitely attach events to it. But why are you creating the form with Javascript? Why can't you just write HTML for it? I'm sure it would be easier.


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I was rethinking the code slightly with more focus on working with apps my MyFitnessPal which lacks the ability to accurately estimate real basal metabolic requirements

i even pondered using an embedded spreadsheet to do the work, I am very good with excel

for some reason the span is removed form the code, probably due to the parser which converts code to XHTML


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