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javascript with loads of textboxes onkeyup issue

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hi,

I have designed a page with the use asp.net, where it dynamically creates textboxes on the screen depending on the number of records in the database.

I have created a javascript for the textboxes where it calculates the numbers in the textboxes. If i was an average user, where my typing speed is realtively slow / average, the onkeyup event fires perfectly, and the calcuations are done properly.

But, if I moved from 1 box to another in speed, then the onkeyup event is not being fired.

How can i ensure that the onkeyup is fired in every single occasion.
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Instead of using keyup, can you try out with onfocus or onblur.
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