HTML | cancelable Event Property
The cancelable event property is used for returning a Boolean value which indicates whether an event is a cancelable event or not. An event is a cancelable event if it is possible to prevent the event’s default action.
Return Value: The cancelable event property returns true if the event is cancelable, else it returns false.
Below program illustrates the cancelable event property :
Example: Finding out if a specific event is cancelable or not.
Before clicking the button:
After double clicking the button (Note that there is text “true” below the button):
- Opera 12.1 and above
- Internet Explorer 9 and above
- Google Chrome 1 and above
- Edge 12 and above
- Firefox 1.5 and above
- Apple Safari 1 and above
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