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button_to_function(name, function=nil, html_options={}) public

Returns a button whose onclick handler triggers the passed JavaScript.

The helper receives a name, JavaScript code, and an optional hash of HTML options. The name is used as button label and the JavaScript code goes into its onclick attribute. If html_options has an :onclick, that one is put before function.

button_to_function "Greeting", "alert('Hello world!')", :class => "ok"
# => <input class="ok" onclick="alert('Hello world!');" type="button" value="Greeting" />
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