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Hello,

I'm trying to add some functionality to the click event on the client-side and am confused as to what the difference between these 2 methods is.

Both seem to do the same thing. Is there a difference between the 2 ways? Is there a preferred way for wiring up the click event handler?

var button5 = $('#Button5');
button5.click(function () {
$('#MainContent').css('background-color', 'yellow');
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var button5 = $('#Button5');
button5.bind('click', function () {
$('#MainContent').css('background-color', yellow');
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Nothing is different in th outcome they do the Same thing and its all up to you how you want to do it
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You may find this useful too: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5...s-bindclick-fn

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