Even more ways to get "pwned". I'm frankly getting a little tired about this push for all these systems to have more and more functions. How about knuckling down and making the ones you already have battle-hardened for the hostile Internet first?
Why is it that so many people write this word, yet so few can actually spell it?
It makes you wonder
how these people can be in charge of anything! They publish the proposed standard in Pointless Document Format without a single hotspot(?) to jump to even the chapters in the damn thing.
Computers are too good for these people!
"Inspection of objects" - No, we didn't need this ages ago Microsoft, thanks for making us wait becuase.. presumably, you couldn't be bothered to program it into version 20 of your shite browser.
So, which features didn't Microsoft like? I'm tempted to believe they're trying to scupper Javascirpt to make way for something proprietary. However, it would be nice to have some facts, even to prove me wrong :-)
as usual MS scupper a load of innovation cos they're browser offering is so shit it'd take them another few years to catch up with the rest of the market... again.
another obstacle to progress
yet again microsoft stifle progress because their bloated company can't keep up with development (understandable as they're working on a foundation of sand.) Roll on the day when Google buy them and chop up the company...
"Supersede" vs "Supercede"
Either spelling is valid.
That's from whence organic super heroes sprout.
Link is to old standard
Following the article link to ECMA-262 gives me the 1999 3rd edition standard, not the new draft. The draft is at
Yes, OK, I'm a sad git who reads language specifications. Live with it.
And of course it's all mostly useless...
... as you'll still have to spend ages getting IE6 to work...
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