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    Default Passing values

    I&#039;ve created a question and answer page and I want people to attempt to answer the questions and when they click submit I want the radio buttons the values of the radio button to be processed on another page. <BR><BR>Any help would be greatly appreciated?

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    Default Huh? This is a simple HTML form. (eop)

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    Default RE: Huh? This is a simple HTML form. (eop)

    I created 4 radio buttons 1st has a value of A, 2nd value of B, 3rd value of C, and 4th D.<BR><BR>Using javascript can I read the value of the radio button that the user selects to another html page?

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    Default RE: Huh? This is a simple HTML form. (eop)

    Why don&#039;t you just submit the form? Then, it&#039;ll go to the other page and the selected value will be available to that page? You can submit the form through JavaScript:<BR>document.formname.submit();<BR><BR> If that doesn&#039;t work, can you give me a bigger picture of what you are trying to accomplish?


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