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OO vs. "normal" Javascript

 
Rahesh Kumar
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Hi,

How does the Object Oriented Javascript differ from Normal Javascript? Does it in anyway use Ajax internally?
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Thanks. I will not use Reg any more. Thanks for pointing it out.
 
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With the exception of 4 primitive types (and 3 of them get easily converted to objects), everything else is an object. Even functions are objects. So, technically, it's next to impossible to write any non-object-oriented javascript
 
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Hey,

Thanks. I was hoping so. Then why is that so specifically named Object Oriented Javascript
 
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Originally posted by Rahesh Kumar:
... Then why is that so specifically named Object Oriented Javascript


I opened a new topic to answer this
 
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