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Best Javascript Reference Book

Stephen Black
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I am looking for a javascript reference book that has
1. A Listing of all javascript objects and properties with explanations of what they all do
2. Is up to date
3. Is IE and firefox compatible
Optional
4. Have code examples

Thanks in advance for any help
Ulf Dittmer
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The W3Schools JavaScript Tutorial comes pretty close. It's got all of that (plus Opera compatibility), except for not being a book.
Eric Pascarello
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The reference book is

JavaScript: The Definitive Guide

I think it is on the 4th edition

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Bear Bibeault
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Eric Pascarello wrote:I think it is on the 4th edition

5th, but who's counting?


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Eric Pascarello
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Bear Bibeault wrote:
Eric Pascarello wrote:I think it is on the 4th edition

5th, but who's counting?


The publishers?
ramnna jain
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I think you are a beginner: Go for 'Head First JavaScript' by Michael Morrison a Brain-Friendly Guide...

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ramnna jain wrote:I think you are a beginner: Go for 'Head First JavaScript' by Michael Morrison a Brain-Friendly Guide...



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