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Default button when selected send value to webservice

Hi,

I am working on a tic tac toe, when it clicks the button, it should send the value to web service then webservice will write that information in database.

My question is when I clicked on the button I am not not able to set the value and send it to the web service

I am beginner in java script, please advise.

Code:
 <div class="form-row"><input type="button" onClick="setText(1)" value="" /></div>
Thanks


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