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Use HTML Button OnClick to call a JavaScript function in another file

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How do I include an external JavaScript file so that a HTML Button OnClick has access to it?

Please provide an example.

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Mohit Vijay earned 500 total points
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assume you have a javascript file called myfile.js @ the root of application

so you have to give ref. of that fine in head tag of html

<script src="~/myfile.js"></script>

now in this myfile.js, you can write a function that will be called on click on html button. assume the function name is buttonClicked

so in js file, you can write

function buttonClicked()
{
alert('button click called');
}

And for html button you can write

onclick="javascript:buttonClicked();"
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Great....thank you
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