I would save all the values in an array, then iterate it to find the
highest value, then gather the values of the fields before it.
But you also need to think what should happen if that field doesn't have 3
fields before it (for example, if it's the second field)...
On Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 10:30 PM, James A Hiltz CET <
Yes, I did think of an array but my concern is though the fields may increase in value the values in the fields may not.
I don't follow you.
Have you thought of an approach to this issue?
How do you know or determine the last field filled in?
How do you want to handle fields below the last filled in field that are filled in?
How do you want to handle the case were the last field in field cannot have 2 more field below it?
Hint or field 1 or field 1 and 2 are filled in.