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Default assigning blank value through javascript


I have a user control containing only the div tag. The user control will be added a label to display a message when the data is being displayed on the screen.

Also, there are some client side validations happening. In that case if there is a label already present with some message (from the server side), and after that we get a message from the client side validations, it adds another label on top of the already existing message (server side).

I would like to set the div tag value to blank in case it has some value before we display the client side validation message.

Any idea how can we set the div tag value to a blank string.


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