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Javascript for dummies. Quick Reference - Vander

Vander Javascript for dummies. Quick Reference - Wiley Publishing, 2002. - 115 p.
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'96 JavaScript For Dummies Quick Reference
Techie Talk
algorithm: An algorithm is a set of instructions designed to solve a problem. An algorithm can be expressed in English or some other human language, or translated into a computer language such as JavaScript.
applet: An applet is a Java program that’s specifically designed to be integrated into an HTML file (that is, a Web page). On the other hand, Java programs designed to run as stand-alone applications, such as Hot Java, are called — well, they’re just called Java programs.
array: An array is an indexed (or numbered) list of elements. You can create arrays of numbers, strings, and objects. You access an array’s elements by using their indexes. For example, if you have an array called desserts and you want to access the first element, you type desserts [0]; the second element, desserts[l]; the third element, d e s -serts[2], and so on. The built-in arrays to which you have access in JavaScript are anchors, el ements, forms, frames, links, and opti ons.
blur: When you’ve clicked with your mouse pointer on a form element, that element is said to have focus. When you then click somewhere else on the Web page, that first element is said to have lost focus (or blurred). In JavaScript, some form elements have an onBl ur event handler associated with them, which you can use to trigger some function when the element blurs. See focus.
Boolean: The Boolean datatype (sometimes called logical type) is a data type that consists of only two possible values: true, which is sometimes represented as 1, and false, which is sometimes represented as 0.
CGI: CGI (Component Gateway Interface) is a protocol that allows Web servers and Web clients to pass information back and forth to each other. CGI programs are typically written in either Perl or С languages and reside on Web servers. A client-side Web page automatically submits a form to a server-side CGI program when a user clicks on a Submit button. The CGI program is specified as part of the Web page’s <F0RM> declaration.
client: A client is a software application that makes a request, usually for data, from another software application. Although technically no law says that they have to be, client software and server software are usually located on different machines. See Web client.
content: A Web page’s content is the information that the page contains, whatever that may be — an online magazine article, a product advertisement, a JavaScript example, or what have you. On the Web, authors are referred to as “content providers.”
cookie: A cookie is a piece of information about a client process (such as a Web browser session) that CGI server programs can store on the client’s machine. Only the server that creates the cookie and the client that stores it have access to the information stored in the cookie. Cookies are saved in a file called cooki es. txt.
daemon: A daemon is a program that runs in the background on a server machine, waiting for requests. The HyperText Transfer Protocol Daemon, or httpd, must be running on a Web server for any Web clients to be able to interact with the server.
focus: When you put your cursor on a form element and click on it, the element becomes active and lets you interact with it. That element is now said to have focus. In JavaScript, some form elements have an onFocus event handler associated with them, which you can use to trigger some function when the element receives focus. See blur.
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