I have a Radio button group control that I am using in my ASP.Net application, when it is rendered on the client machine, it is rendered as below with Id and name, can I get the client name of the control instead of getting the client id.
Here is how it is rendered.
1. Why do you want the name?
2. You might be able to get it by referencing your control's attributes. FIrst add a runat="server" so you can access it directly in c#. Then possibly by phb_ynTransferAttend_rdbYes.Attributes["name"] might work.
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This code is in C# (Not VB.NET), they have different paradigm and syntax. This can be used in ASP.NET web application by creating an assembly (library; or simply class) inside your application and adding this code in to it.
ASP.NET is capable of running your VB.NET or C# code, because .NET framework is backing them all, VB.NET, C# and ASP.NET.
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Code running on the server has no access to the microphone on the client. Unless your intention is to recognise your sys-admin's voice when he's sat in the server room swearing at the server, you're not going to get anywhere with this library.