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    Please avoid reserved word


    In this page:
    http://www.devshed.com/Client_Side/JavaScript/EventModel/EventModel1/page8.html

    goto is used a function name in the second piece of code. But goto is a reserved word, so it's not a good idea to use it.

    FYI, IE runs the code but not Mozilla.
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    More info? Buy a book then, you cheap bastard. How much more do you want out of an eight page tutorial?

    You seem to know plenty about JavaScript as it is. At least you made sure to let on that you do.
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    Understanding The JavaScript Event Model (part 1)


    Understanding The JavaScript Event Model \(part 1\)

    This may be news to you, but JavaScript comes with a powerful and flexible event model, one which provides developers with a standardized way of trapping and handling client-side events like keystrokes and mouse clicks. This two-part article takes an in-depth look at how this event model works, demonstrating some practical (and not-so-practical) uses of the most common event handlers.

    Please discuss this article in this thread. You can read the article here .
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