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Retrieve data from server using $.ajax()

Posted on 2013-02-05
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From the web server, I have a function return list <string>, and in my html file i use $.ajax() to retrieve this data. How do I specify data:???? in the $.ajax(...) call?

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Assuming the string is the only thing in the html file


<div id="results"></div>
$.ajax({
  url: "test.html",
  cache: false
}).done(function( html ) {
  $("#results").append(html);
});
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