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I'm trying to put constraints around text that can be entered into text box to only allow certain values to be selected.  When selected, I want to extract the ID for the object to use later.  

My thought was to use two boxes- one for the label that is visible to everyone and another for the ID that is hidden.    

In short, how do I allow people to select "Pizza" in the text box and capture the value "1" in another field?  If there are multiple values, a delimter "," should be used.  

I'm open to suggestions as to how to make this work, but was trying to improve the UI by using TagIT (link below).

http://aehlke.github.com/tag-it/


    <input id="my_food" disabled="true">
    <ul id="singleFieldTags"></ul>


var food = [{label:'Pizza', value:1},{label:'Burger',value:2},{label:'Salad',value:3}]; 

$("#singleFieldTags").tagit({ 
    tagSource: food, 
    singleField: true, 
    singleFieldNode: $("#single")
}); 

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that.createTag(ui.item.label);

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