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how to clean my search bar

hey, how can i clean my search bar after i click on the buttob search

const button = document.querySelector(".in");
const inputs = document.querySelector(".input");
let names = ["gillfoyle", "dinesh", "richard", "eric bachman"];

button.addEventListener("click", () => {
  if (inputs.value === names[0]) {
  inputs.value.display = "none";

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1 Answer

Steven Ang
Steven Ang
41,751 Points

Just set the value of the input to an empty string. This will get the job done.

inputs.value = "";