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Never use an alert() method to test event handling. As you've seen, alert() fired on one event will cancel all over events in the event queue. Replace your alerts, and you will see that both events are in fact firing as you'd expect.
Brian R. James
From: prasad patil
Sent: April 14, 2004
Subject: Re:event handling pronlem
I am facing one problem regarding events. The problem is at the same time if there are two events that are getting fired, only one event handler gets called. I have sample code :
In this code change the value in the textbox, and without tab-out from textbox click on button. But now only f is getting called though i am expecting f and f2 should be called in order. Can anybody throw light on this?
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