Let's do a simple set of four groups of radio buttons, each with three selections (the actual set I want to use is much larger, but I can scale up the solution). Each group can have only one selection.
Group 1: O A O B O C Group 2: O A O B O C Group 3: O A O B O C Group 4: O A O B O C
I want to use
for loops to count the number of A selections, the number of B selections, and the number of C selections. I also want to look for diagonal lines of three checked buttons.
What I can't figure out is how to name the button groups in the HTML code so I can address all of them in the loops, yet keep them separate for the purpose of having one radio button selection in each group.
I don't want to use the global array of radio buttons on the page, because the number of buttons above this structure in the webpage will vary. I also want to address them in x-y notation.