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    Question IE does not work, but Chrome does

    Hi All,

    I have the following input:

    <input id="btnFile" type="file" name="files[]" multiple>

    And here is the simple javascript function

    $("#btnFile").on('change', function (event, files, label)
    {
    var lstFiles = $("#btnFile")[0].files;
    ...
    });


    The above code works fine with Chrome. It return an array for files that can be manipulated. However, in IE, I can pick only ONE file, and the lstFiles is NULL.

    Do you know what is wrong with IE (settings???). Can someone shed a light?

    Thanks.

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    That code is some sort of framework, please ask in the JavaScript Frameworks forum.
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    You're almost there. Try the following:

    Code:
    var myFile = $(#btnFile)[0].files[0];
    Keep in mind, it's fairly new meaning older browsers may not support it or require a workaround. Same story with JavaScript. If you're not using a HTML5 doctype, it definitely will not work.

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