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n this example when i select some thing then it display content on the page but how could i hold those value in a variable


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You already have it in xmlhttp.responseText

 

If you want to use it in further scripted processing then just move it to a variable and proceed from there.

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You already have it in xmlhttp.responseText

 

If you want to use it in further scripted processing then just move it to a variable and proceed from there.

globalVariableName = xmlhttp.responseText;

 

someOtherFunction();

 

function someOtherFunction()
{
alert(globalVariableName);
}

 

 

is it like that ,if its then it not working so can u tell me what is the write syntax

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Inside the readystatechange handler, that's where you assign the responseText to a global variable.

 

Remember that it won't be available until after the request has been completed.

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