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I have two java script files in my page, one for validation and another one for masking... The problem is when i press the submit button with out entering any input in any of fields it shows me error like this..



But when i remove the masking codee from my HTML page it works fine, like it doesnt display the undefined thing...Whats the possible cause for this...

Please let me know ranchers...
 
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Well without seeing the validation code, how are we supposed to know what the error is?

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Originally posted by Eric Pascarello:
Well without seeing the validation code, how are we supposed to know what the error is?

Eric



Well i post here now...


And the other file is the well known prototype.js file....
Will these two files conflict with each other....
Please let me know...
 
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