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How to call javascript methods in .js file manually from .aspx.cs file (c#)

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I have a C# VS .NET 2.0 project.
All the js code is in a .js file.
In the code behind (testPage.aspx.cs), we add methods from the .js file to the asp controls. For instance, we have a radio button: rbTestButton. In the code behind, we add the OnClick attribute using a method in the .js file:
rbTestButton.Attributes.Add("OnClick", "jsMethodFromJsFile()").
so whenever rbTestButton is clicked, method jsMethodFromJsFile() executes.

I want to call this method manually from the code behind. Is this possible?

Thx.
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No, because Javascript is executed on the client side. Execution in .NET is on server end.

If you describe what you are trying to accomplish, someone may be able to assist you further.
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Thx.
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