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I need to get the value of the selected radio button.Is there any other way to do it?Because event.target.value prints [object Object]

getSelectedValues(event){
    this.radioButton = event.target.value;
    console.log('event.target.value : '+event.target.value);
    console.log('Selected value : '+this.radioButton);
}
<input type="radio" name={con} value={item} style="margin-right: 5px;" onclick={getSelectedValues} >

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  • What is the type of {item}?
    – David Reed
    Dec 4 '20 at 14:52
  • @DavidReed It is of list type. Dec 4 '20 at 16:52
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Use JSON.stringify like this:

console.log('event.target.value : ' + JSON.stringify(event.target.value));
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[Object Object] comes when you try to reference an object.

Try this :

var objB = {test:213};
alert(objB);

var objB = {test:213};
alert(objB.test);

In your chrome developer console. The first one shows [object Object] and the second one shows 213.

debug it and try to fetch the property of the object. That should give you the correct value.

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