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JavaScript Guidelines and Best Practice

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Cyril Roiron on May 17, 1999 at 05:46:15:

Worth reading

Just right

Just right

Good general article.
Some typo and content feed-back:
- miscoordination between table of content and corresponding title within the doc ('Introduction')
- mis-co-ordination between 'Browsers with JavaScript Support' and the table in 'JavaScript Versions' (about net 2.x)
- in 'JavaScript Guidelines', are u sure that testing generally 'document.object' b4 using it, doesnt lead to a js error ?
- in the examples, u never mention 'document.writeLN' thant insert cariage returns between lines...
- typo in 'Semi-colons': '..confusion that might arise iF semi-colons are..'
- in 'Image Swapping', u dont explain a lot why one better not use index number of an image.
- typo in 'JavaScript Source Files': 'JavaScript source files Can be used in Netscape...'

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