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trigger on change event using javascript

Apr 5th, 2008 20:11
ha mo, John Marc, Colin Fraser, Ajay Tejwani,


Doh!...this answer is so straightforward, why are you even asking the 
question? Or is there something else that should have gone with this? 
The onChange event automatically occurs when a text box or textarea is 
changed by the user. So to use it all you need do is use : 
  input type="text" name="textbox" onChange="alert('Changed text');">
Of course, you could always go to 
    http://www.w3schools.com/js/default.asp
and look...
_____________
Doh!... yourself. Try reading the question. How do you trigger it with 
Javascript, not with your index finger.
You can do object.focus(), you can do object.click(),  but I believe 
the question is, is there some kind of object.change() function that 
ANOTHER object can trigger?  John Marc
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