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  • Any time you specify an 'id' attribute on an obs tag (for example: <obs id="weight" .../>) you have access to the displayed fields (in this example: weight.value, weight.date, weight.error and weight.accessionNumber)
  • Since version 1.9.0, any time you specify an 'id' attribute in an encounterDate, encounterLocation or encounterProvider tag (for example: <encounterDate id="encounterDate" .../>, <encounterLocation id="encounterLocation"/> or <encounterProvider id="encounterProvider"/> you have access to the displayed fields (in this example: encounterDate.value, encounterDate.error, encounterLocation.value, encounterLocation.error, encounterProvider.value and encounterProvider.error)

Also note that attempting to use a less than (<) symbol within javascript will result in an error when saving the form, because the < symbol will be interpreted as the beginning of a tag.  Use 

Code Block
&lt;

to represent a less than symbol within your javascript.

getField(idAndProperty)

Used to get a JQuery handle to a field, so you can attach event listeners to it.

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