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 var tto_count = document.getElementById("to_count");
   //var transaction = web3.eth.getTransactionFromBlock(1865, 0).input;
   //var transaction = web3.eth.getTransactionFromBlock(1865, 0).then(console.log);
   var transaction = web3.eth.getTransactionFromBlock(1865, 0);
   //tto_count.value = web3.eth.toString(transaction);
   tto_count.value = JSON.stringify(transaction); 

This is the source code I've failed so far.

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If you are using web3 v1.2.xx the call is async and either you use promises or await.

It will return a transaction object, the input field contains what you were looking for.

web3.eth.getTransactionFromBlock(1865, 0)
.then(function (tx) {
  console.log(tx.input)
});
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  • Oh my god... Thank you... Thank you so much!! – Eum T Jun 17 at 11:04

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