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adding a attribute value to checkbox?

Posted on 2003-11-13
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i am trying to add the following values in code behind to my checkbox. the javascript one works fine, but the value one does not add. can anyone tell me what i am doing wrong?

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CheckBox1.Attributes.Add("onClick", "journals(this,this.checked)")
CheckBox1.Attributes.Add("value", CType(pjournallabel.Text, Integer) + CType(ejournallabel.Text, Integer))
CheckBox2.Attributes.Add("onClick", "journals(this,this.checked)")
CheckBox2.Attributes.Add("value", ejournallabel.Text)
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For check box, the "value" attributes is if the box is selected or not.
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