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Matrix



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i just saw this javascript program written by a 13 year old Smile

http://webdeveloper.earthweb.com/repository/javascripts/2001/08/58111/timer.html

see how easy is java programming?

ps.Surprisedh other nice codes are available :
http://webdeveloper.earthweb.com
http://www.javascript-2.com
http://www.web-source.net
Post 25 Oct 2004, 06:39
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bubach



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Matrix wrote:
see how easy is java programming?

Are you asking about Java or Javascript? Try to decide.. Wink
Javascript programming is simple... Java is a bit harder..

EDIT: In my opinion Javascripts are totally useless, and the only place you will find them on are on "html-newbie" pages; together with lots of flashing and moving gifs in diffrent screaming colors... Laughing
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i just saw this javascript program written by a 13 year old

i could have hacked that shit together when i was 11.. Cool

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Post 25 Oct 2004, 09:23
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Matrix



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[quote="bubach"]
Matrix wrote:

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i just saw this javascript program written by a 13 year old

i could have hacked that shit together when i was 11.. Cool


Smile you have an opinion there.

and yess, i meant javascript
Post 25 Oct 2004, 10:43
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crc



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JavaScript can be useful at times (think image rollovers, quick form checking, etc). The most interesting use I ever found for it was to control hidden Java applets Smile

Not to mention, I've seen a LISP interpreter written in JavaScript, and I've been (slowly) writing a Forth interpreter in it. It's kind of cool to play with, even if you never use it on an actual site.
Post 25 Oct 2004, 11:39
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decard



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bubach wrote:
EDIT: In my opinion Javascripts are totally useless, and the only place you will find them on are on "html-newbie" pages; together with lots of flashing and moving gifs in diffrent screaming colors... Laughing

well, this sounds like a post written by "php-newbie" who belives that server-side scripts are good for everything. But it is not true. What about some chat systems, popup windows (I don't mean ads, I mean for example windows informing you about new PMs on this board). Also, I found great email spam protection written in JS (http://nsis.sourceforge.net/contact/)... so do you still think that it is useless?
Post 25 Oct 2004, 13:11
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Jaques



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Javascript has much undocumented usefulness... I use it like others use python... Of course not too many ppl realize what can be done with javascript if you do stuff to it. Most of the information about arrays, classes dictionaries and lists is shrouded in mystery and rarley used. If ppl used JavaScript in stuff other than web people who knew javascripts secrets could use it for important things while newer programmer could use it for simple stuff. Also there are some functions in javascript which a prgrammer must implent.. It seems with so many unused reserved words it could expand into a mightyer langauge
Post 25 Oct 2004, 15:50
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An implementation of JavaScript outside of a web browser could be very interesting. It wouldn't be enough to tear me away from Forth and Lisp, but I'd like to see it done Smile
Post 25 Oct 2004, 16:09
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Matrix



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Note that these are on the fly interpreted codes which run on a web browser.
you whould like to translate a html/js to com? Smile
Post 25 Oct 2004, 17:33
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No, I'd just like a text-only, interactive JavaScript interpreter to play with. No compilation to .COM, .EXE, ELF or otherwise is needed.
Post 25 Oct 2004, 20:49
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Jaques



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It seems it would be good for implementing in a standalone platform you could write very nice dynamic stuff
Post 26 Oct 2004, 01:18
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Matrix



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CRC,
microlinux can browse websites in text mode.
maeby you whould like to see the sources? Smile
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