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radio input "name" property when runat server

Posted on 2011-02-15
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hi

i have the following html

<label id="labelForYes" for="radioYes">Yes</label>
            <input id="radioYes" type="radio" name="radioGroup"
                runat="server" value="1" />
            <label id="labelforNo" for="radioNo"> No</label>
            <input id="radioNo" type="radio" name="radioGroup"
                runat="server" value="0" />

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then i want to capture the click event when any radios in that group are clicked.
then get the value of the one radio that was selected...
so i thought i would use this code

  $(document).ready(function() {
        $("#radioGroup input").click(function(){            
               //get the value of the radio that has been selected..
            });

however, this doesnt work as "radioGroup" is getting renamed by asp.net.
because i need it to be runat server.

can anyone tell me how to access the "real/client" value of name

thanks

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by:devlab2012
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Change the code to:

<label id="labelForYes" for="radioYes">Yes</label>
            <input id="radioYes" type="radio" name="radioGroup" onclick="processRadio(1);"
                runat="server" value="1" />
            <label id="labelforNo" for="radioNo"> No</label>
            <input id="radioNo" type="radio" name="radioGroup" onclick="processRadio(0);"
                runat="server" value="0" />
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by:devlab2012
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Please refer to my prev comment. Now you can create a function processRadio as:

function processRadio(radioValue)
{
    if (radioValue == 1)
    {
            //code for YES
    }
    else
    {
             //code for NO
    }
}
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MrKevorkian earned 0 total points
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thanks, that would be a good solution.

i discovered i can do this if i turn my inputs into an asp:radiobuttonlist.

        $('#<%= radioButtonList.ClientID %>').click(function() {
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by:MrKevorkian
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i found the answer to this myself, although i was given another good option
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