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Returning a Javascript variable value into Flash (AS2)

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Hi Folks,

I have the following lastpage function in javascript which is getting called in a html page onload

<body onLoad="lastpage();">

I have a flash page which has a dynamic text field with a variable name of score. I wanted to return the value from Javascript into this dynamic text field.

Any ideas how?

Thanks

RG
function lastpage(){
	var finalscore = WM_readCookie("scoreval");									
	var percentscore = calculatescore (finalscore, totalquestions);			
	percentscore = eval(percentscore);
	var score = percentscore ;
	return score ;
}

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Hi rgarimella,

You can use javascript function SetVariable to return the value into the text dynamic field.

You can visit this link http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/firefox_setvariable/ as sample.
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