Wednesday January 12th, 2000
So, what's new? Well, some ECMA-262, revision 3 changes: Conditional function declaration, runtime errors reported as exceptions, and regular expression enhancements. Also, multiple catch clauses, getters and setters, catch keyword, and "strict" mode. Lots of info in the announcement page, so check it out!
by danielhill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thursday January 13th, 2000 1:55 AM
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Are you using the new DOM methods and variables? You can't use the same object model as IE or NS4.
Speaking of Object Models, is there an easy to read reference to the DOM? I looked on W3C, but that was very hard to understand and IMO geared towards programmers of browsers.