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JavaScript

how can i call function ?

hey i want to assign handler to radio button how i can do that i try to make onclick but it won't work !

 var radio = $("input:radio");
 radio.onclick =show;
  function show(){
    alert("i m here");
  }

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
220,450 Points

I don't think :radio is a valid pseudo-class Also, I don't think JQuery objects have an onclick property (that would be a DOM thing).

You probably meant:

 var radio = $("input[type=radio]");
 radio.click(show);