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“Output” Element Usage

The HTML Output Element is used to indicate the result of a calculation or output from the user’s process.

A standard output element accepts the following attributes:

for: used for the object name to which the calculation result is to be synchronized.

form: Used to specify which form element to use. If any form element is specified, it will accept the form item it is in.

name: refers to the name of the element.

    <form onsubmit="return false" oninput="result.value = parseInt(s1.value) + parseInt(s2.value)">
        <input name="s1" type="range"> +
        <input name="s2" type="range"> =
        <output name="result"></output>

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