JavaScript: A Beginner's Guide

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2004 - Computers - 550 pages
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Step-by-step instruction teaches beginning JavaScript programmers and Web designers to create windows, display moving text, and generate sound or other multimedia elements with ease. Uses the successful Beginner'¬"s Guide teaching system, which countless new users have praised for giving them a solid foundation in technology.

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User Review  - Amy Bailey - Goodreads

I find JavaScript utterly confusing, and this book was utterly confusing. I'm sure it's a great resource, but I'm going to be doing the w3Schools tutorial because I still feel completely lost. Read full review

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Contents

Introduction to JavaScript
1
Placing JavaScript in an HTML File
15
Using Variables
35
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Pollock has been working with JavaScript and other Web development tools for more than five years. He runs two Web sites devoted to Web development technology and publishes a weekly newsletter on Web development issues.

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