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calling jquery from aspx dropdownlist list

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I want to call a jquery function from aspx dropdown list. When ever the selected value is change it should displayan alert.
How can I do this please help.
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jQuery(function($) {
//    $("#<%= DropdownList1.ClientID  %>").on("change", "select", function() {
    $("#<%= DropdownList1.ClientID  %>").on("change", function() {
          var value = $(this).val();
          var text = $("option:selected", this).text();
          alert("you choose : " + value + "\ntext is : "+text);  
    });
})

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