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< title > Convert Degrees to Radians </ title >
</ head >
< body >
< h3 > Degree to Radian Converter </ h3 >
< form name =converter>
Enter degrees: < br >
< input type =number name =degrees required >
< br >
Radians: < br >
< input type =number name =radians>
< br >
< input type =submit name =submit value = ”Convert to Radians” onClick = ”FormMaster.
resolveForm()” >
</ form >
</ body >
</ html >
If you're at all familiar with forms in HTML, you know that this form is dif erent — it has a
number input that treats the entries as real numbers instead of text that has to be converted to
numbers by JavaScript. h at wasn't available in older versions of HTML. Figure 14-1 shows
the number “spinners” that appear in Opera when Web pages use the number input.
Figure 14-1: Entering numbers for calculations and conversion.
As you'll see in this chapter, much is new, and using JavaScript and (later) PHP, you can do a
great deal with HTML5 forms. So, prepare to i nd a good deal of new features and reasons to
update your browsers to HTML5.
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