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Learn JavaScript In a Weekend, Second Edition

by Jerry Lee Ford Jr.

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Create exciting and powerful Web pages using JavaScripts and JScript! If you know the basics of HTML, in just one weekend you?ll learn how to write JavaScripts that will dramatically enhance your Web sites. You?ll begin on Friday evening with the basics of JavaScript and JScript. By Sunday morning, you?ll cover advanced JavaScript programming topics and put your new skills to the test as you develop an actual site. Comprising one third of the book?s content, extensive coverage of JScript programming wraps up your weekend. Learn how to use it to automate a variety of desktop tasks including customizing your Start menu and creating shortcuts.

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