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Client side script for server side controls

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 11, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I have a whole table full of checkboxes each of which is associated with a label.  Both checkboxes and labels have runat="server".  What I'd like to do is to write a small script that will make visible or hide the label depending on the check state of the checkbox.

function ShowHideLabel(cbControl, lControl)
    lControl.Visible = cbControl.Checked;


<asp:checkbox id="cb1" runat="server" text="CheckBox 1" OnClick="?" />
<asp:label id="l1" runat="server" text="I am visible" />

What do I need to put in OnClick for this to work?



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