Is there a way to access an object in a container element via the container? For example, If I embed checkbox elements the first column of a table, is there a way to determine the checked state of the element in a particular row without knowing its name? I want to be able to simulate a user checking certain rows and then loop through the table to see which rows were selected.
Similarly, is there a way to programmatically create an appended row with an embedded element in one of the colums?
Thanks in advance,
I think it is not possible to know the checkbox’s state without knowing its name. Unless the checkbox could auto update a global property’s value when it’s state is changed.
It is possible to append a new row to the table in simulation. However the new row could not contain embedded element.
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