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The datalist element is used to define a list of suggested values for other input
controls—it is not a form input or control itself.
The suggested values are specified using option elements, just as they would be for a
select element, but nothing renders on the screen until the datalist is associated with
an input element. Binding a datalist to an input field is done by specifying an id on
the datalist and using this as the value of the list attribute on the input element.
The result is a control that both accepts user input and presents a list of options for the
user to choose from. This is not unlike the type-ahead or autocomplete functionality
implemented in many browsers and on most search websites, as shown in Figures
3-18 and 3-19 .
Figure 3-18. An editable drop-down rendered using input and datalist in Firefox 4
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