Before the list, let’s quickly look at the structure of an error message.
Understanding the structure helps understand the errors, and you’ll have less trouble if you run into any errors not listed here.
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Now add the condition to ensure that all controls have a value, if the values are not entered in the form control then it will show a message.
The condition will be as follows: is shown to the user and finally we are returning false; that is very important.
A typical error from Chrome looks like this: Other webkit-based browsers, like Safari, give errors in a similar format to Chrome.
Errors from Firefox are similar, but do not always include the first part, and recent versions of Internet Explorer also give simpler errors than Chrome – but in this case, simpler does not always mean better. Related errors: number is not a function, object is not a function, string is not a function, Unhandled Error: ‘foo’ is not a function, Function Expected Occurs when attempting to call a value like a function, where the value is not a function.
If you want to show a string of literal text, enclose the text in quotes.