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The JavaScript Language

JavaScript was designed to resemble Java, which, in turn, looks a lot like C and C++. The difference is that Java was built as a general-purpose object language; JavaScript, on the other hand, is intended to provide a quicker and simpler language for enhancing Web pages and servers. This section describes the building blocks of JavaScript and teaches you how to combine them into legal JavaScript programs.

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You can find a complete language reference for JavaScript in Appendix A, "JavaScript 1.2 Language Reference," and on the CD-ROM that accompanies this book. You can also find this information and more at Netscape's DevEdge Online Web site at http://developer.netscape.com.



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