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Will HTML5 replace Javascript in future?

 
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Will HTML5 replace Javascript in future??
 
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What makes you ask that? How would HTML work like JavaScript?
 
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Tim Moores wrote:What makes you ask that? How would HTML work like JavaScript?



I just heard HTML5 is pretty much dynamic and has the capability to perform validation..so just a thought came in my mind
 
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A lot of the capabilities of "HTML 5" are due to JavaScript. The best (and shortest) explanation I've read is HTML 5 = HTML 5 + JavaScript + CSS.
 
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