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returnValue indicates whether the default action for
this event has been prevented or not.
It is set to
default, allowing the default action to occur. Setting this property to
false prevents the default action.
returnValue has been adopted into the DOM
standard, it is present primarily to support existing code. Use
defaultPrevented instead of this historical
A boolean value which is
true if the event has not been
canceled; otherwise, if the event has been canceled or the default has been prevented,
the value is
The value of
returnValue is the opposite of the value returned by
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HTMLDialogElement.returnValue: the return value for the