true, if the event is handled and further processing is not required; otherwise false.
Gets a DHTML event object that relates to the processed event.
An object that maintains DHTML event-specific information.
Use the htmlEvent property to access an object that contains DHTML event information (such as the HTML element in which the event occurred, the state of the keyboard keys, the location of the mouse, the state of the mouse buttons, etc.).
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