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Radio.onclick() Handler


Radio.onclick() Handler---invoked when a Radio button is selected


Navigator 2.0, Internet Explorer 3.0


<INPUT TYPE="radio"  a definition of the handler
radio.onclick a reference to the handler
radio.onclick();  an explicit invocation of the handler


onclick() is an event handler invoked when the user clicks on a Radio button. This event handler is defined by the onClick attribute of the HTML <INPUT> tag that defines the Radio button. The value of this attribute may be any number of JavaScript statements, separated by semicolons; these statements will be executed when the user clicks on (i.e., checks or unchecks) the button.

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