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Hello, help me please, to choose "+41 Switzerland" from the list

<select name="cc" id="cc" style="width: 140px;">
    <option value="1" label="+1 USA, Canada">+1 USA, Canada</option>
    <option value="7" label="+7 Russia, Kazakhstan">+7 Russia, Kazakhstan</option>
    <option value="41" label="+41 Switzerland">+41 Switzerland</option>
    <option value="44" label="+44 United Kingdom">+44 United Kingdom</option>
    <option value="49" label="+49 Germany" selected="selected">+49 Germany</option>
    <option value="61" label="+61 Australia">+61 Australia</option>
    <option value="370" label="+370 Lithuania">+370 Lithuania</option>
    <option value="375" label="+375 Belarus">+375 Belarus</option>
    <option value="380" label="+380 Ukraine">+380 Ukraine</option>
    <option value="992" label="+992 Tajikistan">+992 Tajikistan</option>
    <option value="995" label="+995 Georgia">+995 Georgia</option>
    <option value="998" label="+998 Uzbekistan">+998 Uzbekistan</option>
    <option value="43" label="+43 Austria">+43 Austria</option>
    <option value="994" label="+994 Azerbaijan">+994 Azerbaijan</option>
</select>

 

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Did you already take a look at _IEFormElementOptionSelect() ? :)


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Post your code, so we can see how we can help you :)


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Add a bit of error checking, so you can see where your script is not doing what is supposed to do :)


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Happy to have helped :)


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