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Scope of instance of an object

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Hi,

I have created an object, say
function functionName(parameters) {
..................
data members
.................

..................
methods
..................
}

function method1 (arguments) {
.....
....
}
..
..
..
function methodn (arguments) {
...
...
}

in one of the function I used 'href' and called a JavaScript function,
here started the problem, I'm not able to access the data members of the
object after using the 'href'. Is there any problem in my way of coding.
Can any one please help me in this regard.

Thanks in advance
Jul 20 '05 #1
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in one of the function I used 'href' and called a JavaScript function, here started the problem, I'm not able to access the data members of the object after using the 'href'. Is there any problem in my way of coding. Can any one please help me in

this regard.

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You really need to provide more code examples. The snippet is useless.
JW

Jul 20 '05 #2

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