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Sams Teach Yourself JavaScript in 24 Hours

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Sams Teach Yourself JavaScript in 24 Hours
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Publisher: Sams
ISBN/ASIN: 0672328798
ISBN-13: 9780672328794
Number of pages: 935

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This book serves as an easy-to-understand tutorial on both scripting basics and JavaScript itself. The book is written in a clear and personable style with an extensive use of practical, complete examples. It also includes material on the latest developments in JavaScript and web scripting. You will learn how to use JavaScript to enhance web pages with interactive forms, objects, and cookies, as well as how to use JavaScript to work with games, animation, and multimedia.

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