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- Acronym of European Castor and wheel Manufacturer’s Association.
- Acronym of European Computer Manufacturers Association. (It is an international, private (membership-based) non-profit standards organization for information and communication. It acquired its current name in 1994, when it changed its name to reflect the organization's global reach and activities to Ecma International. As a consequence, the name is no longer considered an acronym, as it no longer uses full capitalization.)
- Acronym of European Carton Makers Association.
- Acronym of Engineering College Magazines Associated.
- Acronym of East Coast Music Association.
- Acronym of East Coast Music Awards.
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This is an extraordinary testimony to the havoc wrought by Microsoft on parts of ISO through its attempts to get OOXML aka ECMA 376 fast-tracked:
The new standard, officially entitled ECMA-262, includes an object for both creating and parsing JSON texts.
With respect to Microsoft's OOXML proposal submitted to International Organization for Standards (ISO) through ECMA, the open source community has consistently pointed out that ISO's "fast-track" processes were never meant for a complex,
The Internet is based on RFCs, the Web is based on standards from w3c.org, the script language is standardized by ECMA, and more generally there is the International Standards Organization ISO and its associated groups creating standards for everything from Ethernet to programming languages.
For wasting the collective intellect of India's best IT brains, Microsoft and ECMA must be blacklisted.
BG currently produces from two offshore zones, the East Coast Marine Area (ECMA) and the North Coast Marine Area (NCMA).
BG has additional plans to expand its natural gas operations in Trinidad and Tobago, including the development of the Dolphin Deep and Starfish fields in the ECMA and Block 3 (a), which is adjacent to the Angostura development.
In the ECMA, the company jointly owns with Chevron the Dolphin field.
It was actually baked into the ECMA 262 standard back in 1999.
It is the ECMA specification that specifies that the + sign concatenates the values if there are strings.