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    Default Answered: How do I get a html element ID upon tapping it?

    Assuming I have some HTML code such as:
    Code:
    <span class="user_comp_status_button" id="4">Some Test</span>
    <span class="user_comp_status_button" id="5">Some Testing</span>
    And then in a Sencha Touch view, I have the following code:

    Code:
    	this.element.on({
                scope    : this,
                delegate : 'span.user_comp_status_button',
                tap      : function(e, t) {
                    console.log("tapping");
                    // how do I get the ID from the html span element just tapped?
                }
    	});
    So as the comment suggests, how do I get the ID from the html span element just tapped?
    What comes around goes around

  2. Code:
    e.getTarget()
    e.getTarget('span.user_comp_status_button')
    Ext.get(t)
    e.getTarget(null, null, true)

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    Code:
    e.getTarget()
    e.getTarget('span.user_comp_status_button')
    Ext.get(t)
    e.getTarget(null, null, true)
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