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where to get javascript API

Alvin chew
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hi , i'm newbie on javascript ....is there any javascript API i can download ? like java API which use for references ? thank you !
Eric Pascarello
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There is nothing really to download.

You can use online references with sites like
http://echoecho.com or http://www.w3.org/

Eric
Alvin chew
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thanks ! eric
Tom Blough
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Alvin,

You can download the specs direct from Netscape


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Steven Broadbent
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At a more abstract level what about the ECMA Script definition?


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Tom Blough
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Steven, try this http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/standards/Ecma-262.htm
Alvin chew
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thks, toms ...it helpful
 
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