Custom Control Render JavaScript Code In Head Tags?

Feb 3, 2011

I am creating a custom control and was wondering if it is possible to render any JavaScript in the head tags of the page it is placed on? I am thinking I would need to use the FindControl method, but am not sure what I need to bind to. I am thinking the page object? Let me know if I am thinking in the right direction or if there is another option.

My only concern with the above mentioned idea is that how do I render all my content while placing some code in the head tags?

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