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Get the Dropdownlist text and value using Javascript from client side

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Hi, I am encountering a problem about how to get the Dropdownlist text and value using Javascript from client side. I am using C# in Visual Studio 2005 and Javasript . The example codes are like: ( In this example code, I would like to access the text and value of the DropDownListReports in the run() function of Javascript. How can I do that? Any ideas? Thanks a lot. ) protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) {              if (!Page.IsPostBack)               {                     DropDownListReports.Items.Clear();                     ListItem listItem = new ListItem();                     listItem.Text = "aText";                     listItem.Value = "aValue;                     DropDownListReports.Items.Add(listItem);         &nbs


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