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pass javascript value to c# variable

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is it possible to pass a value create from a javascript function into a c# Variable.
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I have included an html textbox but I am not able to reference it in my c# code. The intellisence does not recoginse I have added it.

here is the html

<input id="TT" name="TT" type="text" />
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thanks
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