The touchcancel event is used to execute a script when the touch event gets interrupted.
It is considered a good practice to include the touchcancel event to clean up the code if the devices interrupt a touch event at different actions.
object.ontouchcancel = myScript;
Below program illustrates the touchcancel event :
Before touching the screen:
After touching the screen:
- Internet Explorer
- Google Chrome
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