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JavaScript link of a string object

We can declare a string and add a hyper link to the string. Here is one simple example of adding a link to a string.

my_string= new String("Welcome to plus2net.com");
document.write(my_string.link("http://www.plus2net.com"));

We will modify the above code a bit and or change dynamically the associated link of the string by clicking a radio button. You will visit google or Yahoo based on the radio button you clicked.
Here is the code

<html>
<head>
<title>(Type a title for your page here)</title>
<script type="text/javascript">
function linkme(str){
my_string= new String("Take me to my Search Engine");
if(str=="google"){
document.write(my_string.link("http://www.google.com"));}
else{document.write(my_string.link("http://www.yahoo.com"));}
}

</script></head>
<body>

<input type=radio name=engine value='Google' onClick="linkme('google')";>Google <input type=radio name=engine value='Yahoo' onClick="linkme('Yahoo')";> Yahoo

</body>
</html>

Demo of adding link to string

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