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Line: 191
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File: /home/prodcxja/public_html/questions/application/controllers/Questions.php
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You should do it like this:

var radio = jQuery('input[name="form"]:checked');

You can then retrieve your radio value or other attributes:

var value = radio.val();

It's a good idea to see if any radio is checked before doing that:

if (radio != undefined)
    //do what you need to
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var myval = $("#myForm input[type=form]:checked").val();

I would put in a div (id=myForm) and call it in the safety of the parent, just in case you have anything else on the page, like a newsletter signup or search box with options.

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