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at March 2, 2013 02:51 by mattvbiggs

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$('select[id$=lstResults]').dblclick(function () {
   $('select[id$=lstResults] option:selected').each(function () {
         var sname = $('select[id$=lstResults] option:selected').text();
         var uid = $('select[id$=lstResults] option:selected').val();
         ItemSelected(sname, uid);

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The snippet below was pulled from code that loads a list of names pulled from Active Directory into a listbox. This code will execute when the user double clicks on a name in the list box (lstResults) and stores it in a variable to be passed to another function (to populate fields on the page).

This code was used on an ASP .NET page which is why you see the syntax "id$=" for finding the DOM objects. This syntax is used to ignore the ClientID value the .NET Framework adds to DOM objects at runtime.

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jQuery: Double Click to Add

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