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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Internet Explorer Scope Resolution

I have enclosed in only 5 steps JScript weirdness, hoping all precedent deliriums about functions, standards, and Internet Explorer, will make more sense now.

Here there is the link to original HTML slides, I hope this will help everybody to have clearer ideas.


abozhilov said...

From where you get ECMA Script certificate? Please explain that.
Perhaps is good to read ECMA262 documentation before conclusion. Here you presented absolutely expected behaviour.

Andrea Giammarchi said...

AH AH AH AH ... @abozhilov you are so funny!

ECMA Script 3rd Edition and actually 4th one as well, it's Macromedia Certified ActionScript 2.0 Developer Certification and you are the biggest Troll I have ever met!!! Please keep writing to embarrass yourself and make me laugh ... you did not even get the post since the behavior is not standard and IE only ... you call it expected? AH HA HAH H AA HAHA HAH AH A H ... too funny man! You are my favorite wannabe ever!

Andrea Giammarchi said...

by the way @abozhilov you spent a month to understand what you call expected behavior, QI in the underground?

Anonymous said...

Read this topic in c.l.js. After that please delete this article, because is so funny!!!

Andrea Giammarchi said...

My pleasure to publish this omment.
I have replied, as I have said, you are extremely funny!

Have a nice day and please stop embarrass yourself.