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An HTML content command for setting the initial value and type of an input element.

The HTML attribute "value" is set onto the host element with its value being a String representation of the resolved value of this command's primary attribute. Additionally, if the host element does not have the HTML attribute "type" already, it may receive it with a value matching the type of the resolved value.

This command has a priority of 15.


Use this content command to initialize a Form's inputs with previously existing values, for example. Give the input element the same name as the variable name to have the input's user-modified value to overwrite the original value:

<input name="quantity" dyn-value="quantity"/>
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