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Though the authors would naturally like to think that the book you've got in your hands is all you'll ever need to become a JavaScript expert, they recognize that you might just want a bit more information after you've eagerly devoured this book. There are approximately a zillion JavaScript books on the market; here are some of the books that we think are the best.

JavaScript, The Definitive Guide

Written by David Flanagan and published by O'Reilly & Associates, this is an exhaustive reference to the JavaScript language. Not for the faint of heart, this is the book the experts turn to look up those weird operators and nail down that odd syntax. The 3rd Edition of this book, the latest available as we write, covers JavaScript 1.2, so it's a bit out of date. We're looking forward to the Fourth Edition. We don't know why there is a Javan rhinoceros on the cover of this book, however; shouldn't that be on the Java book?


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