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Pass an array from ASP.NET(server) to javascript (client side)

, 4 Jul 2010 CPOL
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I see many blogs asking a way to pass an array from server side to java script, most of them are unanswered or suggesting a ListBox (which is not simple). But to pass an array from server side to access it from client side we can use RegisterArrayDeclaration method.
 
Here is a simple example
 
In your code behind you can use the method like,
protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    RegisterArrayDeclaration("MyArray", "'Welcome'");
    RegisterArrayDeclaration("MyArray", "'Hai'");
    RegisterArrayDeclaration("MyArray", "'Hello'");
    RegisterArrayDeclaration("MyArray", "'Best'");
    RegisterArrayDeclaration("MyArray", "'Super'");
}
You can access this array from client side Javascript code,
for (var i = 0; i < MyArray.length; i++) {
       alert(MyArray[i]);
}

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Viswanath V
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