onUnload = myJavaScriptCode
Event handler for Window
The onUnload event handler is used to run a function or JavaScript code whenever the user exits a document. The onUnload event handler is used within either the <BODY> or the <FRAMESET> tag, and uses the following properties of the Event object:
type - indicates the type of event
target - indicates the target object to which the event was sent.
The following example shows the onUnload event handler being used to execute the 'finishOff' function:
<BODY onUnload="finishOff()">
Compare to the onload event handler.

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