The semicolon in that example is the query delimiter -- a configurable character or set of characters that separates terms in an AutoComplete-enabled form supporting multiple entries (email to: and cc: fields are good examples of these). When you select an item, the query delimiter is inserted for you so you can begin your next term.
AutoComplete instances that do not support multiple entries do not have this behavior.
For more on this, check out the AutoComplete Control User's Guide:
Yahoo! User Interface Library
On Oct 31, 2007, at 1:36 PM, alidadnsi wrote:
Hi, I like the idea about YUI Autocomplete (access flat file data), I
was wondering how do i can remove the (;) at the end of search field.
for sample please go to search autocomplete at
http://developer. yahoo.com/ yui/examples/ autocomplete/ ac_ysearch_ flat.htm
And type anyword and you see (;) at the end of word in the search text
filed, i do not want to show that, how can i remove that!
please help me. thanks.