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Passing The Right Series Of Arguments


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Hi All,

In one HTML page, I have 2 onclick events like this :

onclick="clear_input('button1', 'hello1','world1');"
onclick="clear_input('button2','hello2','world2');"

 

In a JS file I have this :

function clear_input(a, b, c) {

var text = document.getElementById(b);

var button = document.getElementById(a);



}

 

It all works. Now I want to get rid of the inline JS and implement in the JS file an addEventListener that could process any one of the 2 onclick events. How do I pass the right series of arguments ?

Thanks!

 

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If it's just two, it's probably not worth effort to create some generic solution.  Just add each call individually.

document.getElementById('whatever1').addEventListener('click', function(){
    clear_input('button1', 'hello1', 'world1');
});
document.getElementById('whatever2').addEventListener('click', function(){
    clear_input('button2', 'hello2', 'world2');
});

If you need a more generic solution you'll need to explain more about the situation, like why the arguments are 'button1', 'hello1', 'world1' to start with.

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