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    Senior Coder o0O0o.o0O0o's Avatar
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    Jquery Ajax help

    hi,

    I am using AJAX with jquery . The basic syntax for displaying a file

    redBoxes.php info is below

    PHP Code:
    $('#testButton').click(function(){
              $.
    get(                              
                
    'redBoxes.php',                
                {
    a:1b:2c:3},                  
                function(
    data) { alert(data); }   
              ); 


    Now i want to know how to return variable through jquery e,g

    i have inserted data in database and in the php script i am returing value 1 which signifies that data has been inserted in database . How can compare that value . something like


    PHP Code:
    if(data == 1)
    alert("data has displayed"
    I can display that text in php file as well , but i want to know how can i work on the return data
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    looks like u've answered ur own question or i've misunderstood ur question...

    Code:
    $('#testButton').click(function(){
              $.get(                              
                'redBoxes.php',                
                {a:1, b:2, c:3},                  
                function(data) {
       data = parseInt(data);
      if(data == 1)
        alert("data has displayed"); }   
              );
    whenever redBoxes.php returns 1 you should get an alert in javascript
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    Senior Coder o0O0o.o0O0o's Avatar
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    thanks RadheyShyam


    looks like u've answered ur own question or i've misunderstood ur question...
    Just one line was missing . i wish if i can thank myself

    just wanted to know how can find functions like

    Code:
    parseInt
    i didn't knew they were available or not
    Last edited by o0O0o.o0O0o; 04-24-2008 at 04:31 AM.
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