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'setExpression()' Syntax, Parameters and Note

Note:

Makes the specified property a dynamic property.
    
Syntax:
    
objectName.setExpression(param1, param2, param3)
document.all.elementID.setExpression(param1, param2, param3)

Parameters:
    param1   Required; the name of the property.
    param2   Required; the script statement without any quotations or semicolons. 
                       References to arrays and collections are not allowed.
    param3   Optional; the script language used with the script. 
                       JScript (the default)
                       VBScript, 
                       JavaScript.
    

      
      
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