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Reverse of onfocus()?

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Hi Everyone,

I have a text field and once it is focussed it (onfocus=""), value of a hidden field is changed. But once user leaves that field (unfocuses), i need to change the field of the hidden field to back. Is there any event like onfocusout="" or something like that?

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