I don't understand what these two lines are supposed todo:
event.value = kwh * .10;
event.value = Roundup(this.getField("LED SubtotalRow01")).value;
The first line sets event.valuebased on the kWh value.
But then, the second line goes off and gets another field value and does something with it, setting event.value.
I wouldn't expect the first line to have any effect, since the second line ignores what you just did, and stores an entirely different value.
I also don't recognise Roundup, except as a weedkiller. What is it?
If this all makes no sense, can you describe in words what the effect is that you want to have?
What i need to happen is for kwh to be multiplied by .10 and then that answer to be rounded up to the nearest $0.10. So if the answer is $12.55 it shows $12.60. Hope this make sense. Do you know if this is possible?
Any ideas on how I might use the Math.round object or if this is possible at all?