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problem displaying the options in selectbox while creating it dynamically in opera9.2

 
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i have two select boxes based on the selected value in one select box it should display the maximum options in the other select box.
i used javascript onClick for the first time it displays correct values again when i go back and change the value in the 1st selectbox the 2nd select box display previous values only.it works in all the browsers except opera.
my code is
function CalBasedMaxVal(selVal,changedVal,maxiVal,DefVal)
{
var CalBasedSelValue=selVal.selectedIndex+1;
var defaultText = '-['+lang_text_ary['default']+']';
var optionName;
while (changedVal.options.length)
{
changedVal.remove(0);
changedVal.options[0] = null;
}
for (var i=1; i<=maxiVal; i++)
{
if(i==DefVal)
{
optionName = new Option(i+defaultText, i, false, true);
}
else
{
optionName = new Option(i, i, false, false);
}
changedVal.options[changedVal.length] = optionName;
}
}
 
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Please be sure to use UBB code tags when posting code. It makes it a lot easier to read. Please read this for more information.
 
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Adding options to a select by adding them to the options array can be iffy. Have you tried using the add() method of the select element? (Beware, IE has some issues with the order parameter of this method).
 
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