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Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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· iondrimba
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Using INPUT CHANGE event on IE

On IE the change event behaves in a diferent way. The event only gets fired when the input loses the focus.

So if you need to get a realtime change event that works fine in all major browsers + IE, I suggest to use a very similiar event, KEYUP event.

//FAILS in IE

        var txt = $(selector);
        txt.change(function (evt) {
            console.log("change");
        });

//OK in IE
        var txt = $(selector);
        txt.keyup(function (evt) {
            console.log("keyup");
        });
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