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problem in javascript

Hey all,
may be somebody can help me with this..
Just have 3 textboxes...


<FORM name='myform' action='#'>
 <INPUT type='text' name='month' size='10' maxlength='10'>
 <INPUT type='text' name='day' size='10' maxlength='10' > 
 <INPUT type='text' name='year' size='10' maxlength='10'>
</form>

I am trying to find a way to know which element has my focus --  in javascript..

is there anything like   isfocus   in javascript...???

help me with this pls..

regards
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narrav
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narrav
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knightEknightCommented:
<SCRIPT language='javascript'>
 var isfocused = null;
</script>


<FORM name='myform' action='#'>
 <INPUT type='text' name='month' size='10' maxlength='10' onFocus='isfocused=this;'>
 <INPUT type='text' name='day' size='10' maxlength='10'  onFocus='isfocused=this;'>
 <INPUT type='text' name='year' size='10' maxlength='10'  onFocus='isfocused=this;'>
</form>


now at any time you wish to know which element has focus, simply do this:

if ( isfocused )
  alert( isfocused.name );
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knightEknightCommented:
... ok, a bad example maybe because as soon as you do the "alert" above, the focus is removed from the element and put on the alert box instead.  :>0   But the idea is the same, the "isfocused" variable will point to the form element that most recently received focus.  :)
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