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What events does an <input type="number" /> fire when its value is changed ?

I working on a .NET application ASP.NET MVC. I am using input text numbers that have up and down arrows.

up increase and down decrease

Which event fires when pressed on these two arrows?

@Html.EditorFor(model => model.DirectManager, 
new { htmlAttributes = new { @class = "form-control", 
id = "txtDirectManagerId" } })

and this property is as below:

public class requester
public int DirectManager{get;set;}

So what event will I use when calling jquery API?

What I have tried:

$(document).ready(function () {
            source: function (request, response) {
                var searchText = $("#txtLineManagerId").val();
                console.log("search text" + searchText)
                    url: '@Url.Action
                    ("GetAllEmployeeBasedSearchText", "Resignation")',
                    data: { searchText: searchText },
                    method: "GET",
                    dataType: "json",
                    success: function (data) {
                        /* console.log("data is " + data);*/
                        response($.map(data, function (item) {
                            console.log("data is" + item.EmployeeID);
                           // $('#LineManagerName').html(item.EmployeeName);
                            return { label: item.EmployeeID, 
                            value: item.EmployeeID, 
                            employeeName: item.EmployeeName };
            position: { my: "right top", at: "right bottom" },
            appendTo: '#searchContainer',
            select: function (event, ui) {
                // Update LineManagerName input with the 
                // selected Employee Name
            minLength: 4,
           // appendTo: "#searchContainer"
Updated 13-Sep-23 7:46am

1 solution

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