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JQuery Custom Validator in ASP.NET Form

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I have a snippet of JQuery I need to get running in an ASPX page. It is a custom validator of a number entered into a textbox.

Ideally the script would make a button active and display text on the button. eg Number Valid (button is active) else Number Invalid (Button Inactive).  I would like to do this without C# as I am trying to move away from server side dependency.

I would like to run this as a piece of script in the head/form but have no worries about it being a seperate script.js.
function(value, element) {
if (!value.length && this.optional(element))
return true;

if (value.length != 11 || isNaN(parseInt(value)))
return false;

var weighting = [10, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19];
var tally = (parseInt(value.charAt(0)) – 1) * weighting[0];
for (var i = 1; i < value.length; i++) {
tally += (parseInt(value.charAt(i)) * weighting[i]);

return (tally % 89) == 0;
}, 'This ABN is not valid'

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