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    Please stop just blindly throwing code in. You have to define the form variable which equals btn.up('formpanel');
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    For what it is worth, the for loop didn't work here.

    i.e. all of this..did NOT work - for whatever reason... 'fields.length' kept returning '0':

    Code:
    var fields = form.query('numberfields'),
    f = 0,
    fNum = fields.length,
    sum = 0;
    
    for (; f < fNum; f++) {
    sum += fields[f].getValue();
    }
    However, what DID work though was form.getValues();

    i.e. this snippet:

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    handler: function(btn) {
       form = btn.up('formpanel');
       var values = form.getValues();
       sum = (values.Num1 + values.Num2 + values.Num3 + values.Num4);
    So maybe you might want to update the 'accepted answer' for this question.

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    There was a typo... instead of numberfields it should be numberfield.
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