Display confirmation box with yes or no option before closing dialog window in jquery

I have a close button on my jquery dialog window, when I click on this, we should show confirmation box with message "Do you want to close this window " (Yes/No options) if user selects "Yes" then we need to close the dialog, if user selects "No" it should n't close the dialog and stays as it is..

How we can write this ?

Thanks for everybody's help here.

Thanks
Nithk
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GaryCommented:
In your close code

r=confirm("Are you sure you want to close this?");
if(r==true){ 
// Close
}
else {
return;
}

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RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
Here is the jquery for this.  I've added a button and you capture the beforeClose event.

http://jsbin.com/ebanISo/3/edit

$(function() {
  $( "#dialog-modal" ).dialog({
    height: 140,
    modal: true,
    buttons: [{ 
      text: "Close", 
      click: function() { 
        $( "#dialog-modal" ).dialog( "close" ); 
      } 
    }],
    beforeClose:  function( event, ui ) {
      if (!confirm("Do you want to close this window")) {
        return false;
      }
    }
  });
});

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RNithikAuthor Commented:
can you change it to A grade.. now i understand how grade it works.

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RNithik.
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