Advanced JavaScript by Chuck Easttom

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Take a look at the following expressions, numbered by line. /* /* /* /* /* /* 1 2 3 4 5 6 */ */ */ */ */ */ 8 + "8" 8 + "8" 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 "8" + "8" 8 + "8" "8" + 8 // // // // // // 16 "88" "88" "88" "168" "888" These expressions all use the string concatenation operator, which is also the numeric plus operator. ) The first expression simply adds up two numbers using a numeric format. It uses the standard plus operator and evaluates to the sum of its operands. The second expression is quite different.

Some people prefer to have their scripts in external files for a few reasons. First, your script is not as immediately and easily viewable as your HTML. ) Also, some web developers have common scripts they use on multiple pages. I rarely use external scripts in this book, but you should remember that they exist as you may find them helpful. External scripts are useful when you need to integrate a long, sophisticated JavaScript script into an HTML file. Here are some disadvantages of using an external file: n No back references.

Java is referred to as a compiled language. Unlike most other programming languages, though, Java is not compiled to a native machine code, but rather to a Java byte code. Java byte code is an architecture-neutral byte-code compiled language. That is, an applet is compiled to Java byte code and then run by a machine-dependent run-time interpreter. Therefore, Java is much slower than general programming languages such as C++. Since Java is compiled, the common user cannot see the actual code behind the program.

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