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i have a web application. and i am using a textbox there. I write the onblur and onkeypress event on the textbox. but when i press the key on the textbox that time onblur event is also called, but when i leave the textbox that time only onblur event is called. I just want to call on onkeypress event when i type any key on the textbox. what is the solution
Apr 13 '07 #1
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There must be something else triggering the onblur event though without code, it would be difficult to figure out.
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