Like to imput a group of numbers(up to 20), each # has a label, then
assign a value to each # of fractional part of 1.0, as 0.1 to 0.9.
This value is based on ranking or order, not the actual value of the number, as the 5th lowest # may have the highest value of 0.9
Next, I would like to add 2 or more values to each, value 1, & the value 2. These are just straight additions to the fractional part of 1.
Then each of the original 20 numbers has a final value, then the highest # or 1st, 2nd, or 3rd #s are the ones that our are Picks. Then would
like to repeat this for 6 different sets of numbers with different results.
Example Number 3 is the 5th in ranking and I have assigned 0.9 to,
then #3= 0.9 + Value1, 0.3 + Value2, +0.4 = final value 1.6
Results may be in a table as long as some of the results can
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***Start with Leg 1 of the Pick 6 which are all horse races. On Leg 1 there may be from 4 up to 20 horses in the race, each horse has a number, like the entry number, I said before, each horse has a set odds, a trainer and a jockey. The User will have 4 drop down menus he has to click on for each horse in the race. As in the previous example, the number 1 entry or horse is 7/2, 1st the User clicks on the number 1 entry to tell the script what horse he is entering data for, then clicks on the 7/2 odds, next in the 3rd drop down clicks on the J-name, and lastly he clicks on the 4th drop down for the T-name. The java script then figuers the final value for this horse, as we originianlly figured, ra nk and additions of numbers. Then the user does this for every horse in the race entry 2, 3, 4, 5 and so on up to a possible 20.
Then Leg 2 is done the same way which will have different impact values or constants.
ALL this thru Leg 6. Leg 2 to 6 should basiclly be a repeat of Leg 1 for now!
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