troubleshooting Question

Create a Alert Function for Radio button on asp page

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I have to many events going on tis page already, I would like to create a Alert function for when a user only selects the radio button that has a value of 4 and then alerts them to a message.
Still using 1.1 so I am hoping I can do it on a OnSelectedIndexChanged event on the HTML side of the house.

<td width="30%"><asp:radiobuttonlist id="rbDutyStatus" Runat="server" TextAlign="Right" RepeatLayout="Flow" RepeatDirection="Horizontal" Font-Bold="True" AutoPostBack="True" OnSelectedIndexChanged="javascript:selectRB();">
                                          <asp:ListItem Value="0">VSI&nbsp;&nbsp;</asp:ListItem>
                                          <asp:ListItem Value="1">SI&nbsp;&nbsp;</asp:ListItem>
                                          <asp:ListItem Value="2">NSI&nbsp;&nbsp;</asp:ListItem>
                                          <asp:ListItem Value="3">RTD-L&nbsp;&nbsp;</asp:ListItem>
                                          <asp:ListItem Value="4">RTD&nbsp;&nbsp;</asp:ListItem>
Here is the function I created but it does not work.  Very limited knowledge of Javascript.

function selectRB() {
			var rbCount;
			if document.frm.rbDutyStatus.checked = "4" then
				Alert("Status Will Change")
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