Reset the value of a textbox
I call a function with the onblur and as parameter passing a certain value, like this:
When it appears that within the function the value is wrong I want to set the value to "0", but I have about 100 textboxes in which it can be wrong. How do I manage that ?
Code of the function is e.g. as follows:
if (value>=1 && value<=8)
AND NOW the value of the calling textbox should be "0"
Help is appreciated, rgds Ger.
But I think you should call the CheckNum function with the textfield as parameter,
not its value, like;
Then you don't have to worry about which field it is.
Anyway... thanks for your help,
regards from Holland, Ger.
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