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Part VI: Class, Property, Method, and Ev... > Class, Property, Method, and Event H...

Chapter 26. Class, Property, Method, and Event Handler Index

You can use the following index when you want to look up something in one of the reference sections but don't know where to look. For example, if you want to look up a class or interface but don't know which reference section documents it, you can look up the name of the class or interface here: the index will tell you the reference section in which you'll find it. The notation "[Core]" means the core JavaScript reference section, "[Client]" means the client-side reference section, and "[DOM]" means the DOM reference section.

If you want to look up a method, property, or event handler but don't know what class defines it, you can look up the method, property, or handler name in this index. It will tell you which class or classes (in which reference sections) to look under.


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