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display selected value in dropdown list through javascript
without page refresh
 Question Submitted By :: PHP
I also faced this Question!!     Answer Posted By  
# 1
for this purpose we have to use ajax via we call another php
file which make the string of dropdown list
Is This Answer Correct ?    385 Yes 101 No
# 2
you don't need to use AJAX for this. Just a simple


<script type="text/javascript">
function showSelected(val){
('selectedResult').innerHTML = "The selected number is - "
+ val;

<div id='selectedResult'></div>

<select name='test' onChange='showSelected(this.value)'>
<option value='1'>one</option>
<option value='2'>two</option>

Is This Answer Correct ?    349 Yes 105 No
# 3

<script type="text/javascript">
var show
function showSelected()

<form name="me">
<select name='test' onChange='showSelected()'>
<option value='1'>one</option>
<option value='2'>two</option>
Is This Answer Correct ?    163 Yes 96 No
# 4

function getSelect(s)
return s.options[s.selectedIndex].value

<SELECT NAME="list" OnChange="location=getSelect(this)">
<OPTION value="#"> Choose a search engine
<OPTION value=""> Yahoo
<OPTION value=""> Lycos
<OPTION value=""> Excite

Is This Answer Correct ?    96 Yes 54 No
# 5
one dropdown value are pass from another dropdown value with
Is This Answer Correct ?    76 Yes 57 No

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