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Hi.I have a doubt in java script,can any one help me out.Here I have put my doubt.
I have a html form with fields UserName and Password along with submit button.While doing validations for username and password I need to get alert message when ever we press tab key,enter key and click submit button.And another requirement is when ever we click submit button the form should not be submitted to other page if the validations are not done.
 
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"Radha", please check your private messages for an important administrative matter.

Also, please be sure to take the time to compose descriptive subjects for your posts; read this for more information.

Using a title of "JavaScript" in a forum completely dedicated to questions on JavaScript isn't very helpful.

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Welcome to Javaranch,

please comply the above instructions regarding administration matter.

for your question, have you try Google for that. I am sure you'll find the solution on little effort.

here is the one.

hope it helps.
 
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