|Number of Pages||:||490 Pages|
|File Size||:||672 KB|
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This book is so poorly organised that it is hard to find anything. On purchasing it, it seemed to be a concise reference, but on attempting to use it for such, I found it hard to use. Functions that I expected from the book to be available turned out to be missing on a practical application.As a general introduction to the language it would suffice but it clearly is not a tutorial, if only it succinctly defined the syntax useable across browsers. Furthermore, attempting to use this book to understand the interaction with forms on a html page was impossible.
I found the book poor because, given an object's(document, window, ...) methods, the book neither listed ALL the methods for the object, nor described the method's parameters especially the parameters their require options and what these options are. It was a good book highlighting the difference between IE and Netscape. But since this has become a mute point since IE has become the dominant browser (fortunately or unfortunately), this book becomes very out of date.