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Default call javascript

HI

how can i call a javascript function inside vb.net code. on Page Load my code look like this

If request.querystirng("agent")=""
  FindGrid()

--- i haveto call one js function here. how can i do
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Also if u have any doucments about javascript using asp.net





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