Hi David
Thanks, but I think I one step further.  I am assuming an Ajax.request() has
happened, returned and what I am looking at to understand further is syntax
like this:
$('fullName').value = json.fullName;
for an returned parameter fullName and an html element ID of fullName. I am
wondering, can I do
$('fullName').value =processMe( json.fullName);
which I know the obvious is try it.  I will, just trying to get an heads
up.  I will report back.  Also I am assuming that prototpye is processing
that nomenclature $('fullName') segment and just doing a
document.getElementById.  Any insight appreciated.

On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 12:25 PM, David Behler <d.beh...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I guess you would have to use Ajax.Request to process the returned
> value before updating the designated element.
> But I'm beginner and could be wrong here.
> >

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