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Re: Javascript Reference

Raymond Schmit
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On Fri, 26 Feb 2010 12:08:54 +0200, "MG" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>I would like to get good Javascript Reference.
>My preference is for a downloadable one in doc or pdf. This makes it easily
>searchable. Preferably free.
>I have googling for one but haven't found a good one. Can anyone recommend
>I have tried the one at W3C schools, but it is difficult to use because it
>is broken up into lots of different documents.
>I looked on a local on-line book store. There are dozens. For example
>JavaScript: The Complete Reference (Fritz Schneider Thomas Powell)
>JavaScript: The Definitive Guide (David Flanagan)
>The descriptions are not good at all, so I can't tell the good ones from the
>bad ones. They are also quite pricey.
>How good is JavaScript for Dummies (Emily Vander Veer)? It is the most
>popular book purchase. Does it have a complete reference in it?

Some good books from O'Reilly can be found here:
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