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How to handle a LostFocus Event for a Textbox in webform

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I created a dynamic textbox on a button click event, i like to handle a lostfocus event for the textbox, how can i done this
Sep 28 '07 #1
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use javascript's onBlur()
Sep 28 '07 #2
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use javascript's onBlur()
Thanks Plater
I using this statmt.
txtbx.Attribute s("onblur") = "javascript:ale rt('Hello! Focus lost from text box!!');"
in PlaceOrder.aspx .vb PageLoad Event, so this is working fine.
my aim is on the last focus of the text box i need to calculate the text box value multiply with some other value then display in other text box, how this can done. pls guid me....
Sep 29 '07 #3
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You will need to make a function (in javascript since it will be happening on client side) that does all the work, then you assign that function to happen in the "onblur()" event.
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