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Want to set a value of a combox, using a string

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I have a popup window where a user can select from a list of address
records. When passing the details back to the calling screen i set all
the address fields using code like this:

Page.main.fldStreet.value = retStreet;
Page.main.fldCity.value = retCity;

but the problem i'm haveing is setting the selection of the combo box
for country codes using the returned country code value. i know there
is a setSelectedIndex but this doesn't help much. is there an
equivelent .value = ?

Sep 22 '05 #1
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Yes they do have a .value heres an example and some code.

This method / script will work in *ALL* modern browsers.


Sep 22 '05 #2

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Silly server side html generator is making up it's own "option=" bits
in the <select>.

Silly me. sorted it now. thanks for the help.

Sep 22 '05 #3

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