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image from variable

Posted on 1999-01-29
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say I have an object that has a property picturepath
so I like to use this property to get my picture.
I tried like this
<OBJECT ID="mypictureobject" CLASSID="CLSID:9AA7F4F0-629F-11D2-8CEB-00A0C949D865"></OBJECT>
<br>
<IMG SRC= 'mypictureobject.picturepath'>

but !!!! this does not work, all
mypictureobject.picturepath is a path to xxx.gif, and
I verified it is correct.
please if you are not sure about your answer
put is as comment.
thanks
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Question by:hasmet
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by:martinag
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That will just set SRC to "mypictureobject.picturepath".
If you want to set it to the actual value of the variable, use this simple JavaScript:

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
<!--
document.write('<IMG SRC="' + mypictureobject.picturepath + '">');
// -->
</SCRIPT>

Martin
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Epsylon earned 100 total points
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You have to do somthing like this:

<BODY onLoad="MyImage.src=mypictureobject.picturepath")>
<OBJECT ID="mypictureobject" CLASSID="CLSID:9AA7F4F0-629F-11D2-8CEB-00A0C949D865"></OBJECT>
<br>
<IMG SRC="dummy.gif" NAME="MyImage">

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by:hasmet
ID: 1845838
<OBJECT ID="mypictureobject" CLASSID="CLSID:9AA7F4F0-629F-11D2-8CEB-00A0C949D865"></OBJECT>
<br>
<IMG ID = myimage>
<script>
myimage.src = mypictureobject.picturepath;
</script>

above works fine
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