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How to put data in the right place of a table?

Question asked by jing xiong on Feb 4, 2011
Latest reply on Feb 7, 2011 by Aleksandr Sav

I have constructed a table, and I have a bunch of data to send to the webpage. How do I define where I want to put each data in each cell of the table.

for example.
Here are two commands in my parse_val function.
I got the value from a C file, and parse it.
The next command tells where to put the value; it is after "Mode:".
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hvac_value[0] = parsed[0];
mode.innerHTML = "<h1>Mode: "+hvac_value[0]+"</h1>";
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But now I have a table.
It is written in this way:
<th scope="row"><p>Results </p>
<td> </td>
<td> </td>
<td> </td>
<td> </td>
In each row, there are a bunch of cells. I want to put different values in each of the empty data.
As there is nothing in each cell now; and each cell have <td></td> in front and behind.
I don't know how I can define where I want to put each data.

Is there anyone can help me with this?