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Default In ASP,Client side javaScript code

Client side javaScript code

Hi,
Can you give an example ,where Combo box to create to store data

from DataBase,But
Data is not loaded directly from the Database,What i wanna from the

Database to
Array and then from array to Combo box. Why i want this type of

coding , because in my
ASP file.I have 3 Combo box ,all are directly connected to the

Database. So whenever i
click on the any Combo box, an entire ASP page has been flickering.

This type of
problem i'm having for a long time .some one who gave this type of

idea.
Thanking you,
regards
rex







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