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    How to use Ext.query for components?


    Hello.

    How can i get all ID of my TextFields components using an Ext.query() Method.
    For example:

    var objs = Ext.query("TextField");
    for(var i = 0; i < objs.length; i++) {
    Ext.getCmp(objs[i].id).on(
    'change',
    myFunctionX
    );


    But i can't get the components ID
    Thanks!

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    Ext.query only works for the DOM. Why can't you just keep a collection of text fields yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evant View Post
    Ext.query only works for the DOM. Why can't you just keep a collection of text fields yourself?
    Are you talking about that me use an array for store the ID and after use it for loop in?

    Hmm but if a have a lot of elements?
    Doesn't exist a way to do this automatically?

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    Why would it be any less efficient for you to store a collection if there's lots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evant View Post
    Why would it be any less efficient for you to store a collection if there's lots?
    hmmmmmm
    When you told me "just keep a collection" what do you mean?
    Hehehe the problem is that i don't understand well the english language and the worst is that i'm a noob with ExtJS and i'm some confused.


    Will be so annoying if you can put a small example?
    Thanks again!

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    Code:
    var items = [];
    items.push(myFirstTextField, mySecondTextField);
    
    Ext.each(items, function(item)
    {
       alert(item.id);
    }
    );

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    You are so amiable.

    Thanks!

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