NWF$("#" + calLocNum).change(function()
NWF$("#" + txtLocNum).val(NWF$("#" + calLocNum).val());
The other thing I find is the use of double quotes versus single quote around the #. Which is correct? I'm using Nintex Forms 2010 on prem.
Both forms of quotes work. Single quotes though don't require a shift. I typically only use double quotes when I am writing a static string but never when defining objects. I find it helps make things more readable.