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Enter key behavior

Hi,

When the cursor is in an INPUT TEXT control and the Enter key is hit,
what it's happen. I mean what is the chain of actions starting from that
point.

I have an ASP application that save modifications (qty chang in an input
text) when the user navigate from page to page. For doing so I check if
the value of the TEXT control differ from the value in the table. If so,
I insert or update the table. But, when I hit Enter it is exactly the
same as if I moved to another page. I would like to know exactly what's
happen, in order to take advantage of this behavior.

thank's
serge

Jul 19 '05 #1
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Hi,

How to know when the user hit enter?

thank's in advance
sereg

Serge Myrand wrote:
Hi,

When the cursor is in an INPUT TEXT control and the Enter key is hit,
what it's happen. I mean what is the chain of actions starting from that
point.

I have an ASP application that save modifications (qty chang in an input
text) when the user navigate from page to page. For doing so I check if
the value of the TEXT control differ from the value in the table. If so,
I insert or update the table. But, when I hit Enter it is exactly the
same as if I moved to another page. I would like to know exactly what's
happen, in order to take advantage of this behavior.

thank's
serge


Jul 19 '05 #2
http://ppewww.ph.gla.ac.uk/%7Eflavel...mquestion.html

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"Serge Myrand" <in**@softdelirium.qc.ca> wrote in message
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Hi,

When the cursor is in an INPUT TEXT control and the Enter key is hit,
what it's happen. I mean what is the chain of actions starting from that
point.

I have an ASP application that save modifications (qty chang in an input
text) when the user navigate from page to page. For doing so I check if
the value of the TEXT control differ from the value in the table. If so,
I insert or update the table. But, when I hit Enter it is exactly the
same as if I moved to another page. I would like to know exactly what's
happen, in order to take advantage of this behavior.

thank's
serge

Jul 19 '05 #3
Thank's it's what i am reading!

"Aaron [SQL Server MVP]" wrote:
http://ppewww.ph.gla.ac.uk/%7Eflavel...mquestion.html

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"Serge Myrand" <in**@softdelirium.qc.ca> wrote in message
news:40***************@softdelirium.qc.ca...
Hi,

When the cursor is in an INPUT TEXT control and the Enter key is hit,
what it's happen. I mean what is the chain of actions starting from that
point.

I have an ASP application that save modifications (qty chang in an input
text) when the user navigate from page to page. For doing so I check if
the value of the TEXT control differ from the value in the table. If so,
I insert or update the table. But, when I hit Enter it is exactly the
same as if I moved to another page. I would like to know exactly what's
happen, in order to take advantage of this behavior.

thank's
serge


Jul 19 '05 #4

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