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  1. I have a text input tag in html from which I am trying to pass the data input into the tag as it is being typed in (see below). <INPUT TYPE="TEXT" STYLE="width:225px" ID="vData_RptrLName" NAME="vData_RptrLName" onkeyup="showHint(1, this.value)"> As you can see, I've added an onkeyup event within the input tag that calls a javascript function and passes the typed in information as an argument of "this.value." I'm actually trying to create an AXIS call using the letters input into the text field in a hint function similar to that provided in the W3Schools AXIS tutorial. My problem is that whatever I type into the input field is received by the javascript as a value of "1." When I replace "this.value" with specific letters (e.g., "Col"), the javascript works and returns a list of data values beginning with the letter "Col." I can also start the javascript off with a command to get the value of my input field (i.e., document.getElementById("myField").value) and it works as well. Unfortunately, this limits the use of my javascript to only that field. I'm using IE10. Has anyone got any idea why "this.value" isn't working?
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