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I have a javascript application loaded into an Android webView. I have a table on the screen with items and next to the items are input fields where users enter their received quantities. We don't want people to use decimals but only whole numbers.

Is there a way to do this in an Android webview? All the special characters are showing a code or 229. I really want to prevent [.][,][-][ ] Right now I am trying:

$(document).on("keyup", "tr", ".rtqy-input", function(e) {
    var code = e.keyCode || e.which || e.charCode;;
            if(code == 229){
                return false; 
        return true;

I'm not really able to get anything to happen.

I appreciate any help!

Not sure for Android Webview and its' keyCode, but when you want to prevent user from inputting character in input field with Javascript, you need to use 'keydown' event instead of 'keyup' event. Try changing event parameter in your on() function.

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