Web Forms :: Storing Javascript Variables Into C# Variables

Jan 2, 2010

I have this code in javascript: var x = e.mapX; It gets the X-coordinate of a map. What I want to do is that I want to store this into a c# variable. I have a class named Test with an integer property X. I want to store var x into X. In the codebehind, I have this on the Page_Load: Test test = new Test(); Then I am trying this on the javascript code: var x = e.mapX;

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