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checking the value of textbox in tab out.

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Hi,

 i have a textbox,
<asp:textbox id="Txt_QtnBaseEML" Width="128px" Runat="server"></asp:textbox>

when the user tab out of this textbox, i shud check for the value entered in textbox.
1 -  If the value is <= 25, i shud show them a alert message with "OK" button in it.
2 -  If the value is not between or equal to 1 to 100 then, show them a message with "OK" button On clciking the "OK" button. the value entered in textbox shud be removed automatically.

URGENT,

Thanks..




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Question by:srk1982
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vikasbapat earned 750 total points
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hi srk1982,
Use onchange event like this <asp:textbox id="Txt_QtnBaseEML" Width="128px" Runat="server"  
onchange="functioname(this);"  ></asp:textbox>

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
function functioname()
{
if(eval(obj.value) <= 25 )
{
alert('Ok');
}
}
</script>
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by:digitalZo
ID: 21844931
Use Text_Changed event
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