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  • n. A scripting language based on JavaScript and standardised by Ecma International.

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  • Then once the JavaScript for the right frame gets submitted, it triggers JavaScript (and ECMAScript, which is used for SVG and essentially is JavaScript) to render the plot.

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  • Javascript, also known as ECMAScript, is the world's primary programming language for web sites and applications.

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  • Plasma has built-in JavaScript (also known as ECMAScript, and often referred to as QtScript in the context of Qt) scripting support without requiring any external dependencies.

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  • ECMAScript, which is more commonly known by the name JavaScript ', is an essential component of every web browser and the ECMAScript standard is one of the core standards that enable the existence of interoperable web applications on the World Wide Web.

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  • It was previously developed under the working name ECMAScript 3.1, which will no longer be used.

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  • Indeed, Microsoft and others helped defeat a proposed ECMAScript 4 specification last year, instead pushing for the completion of what will be known as ECMAScript 3.1.

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  • This version, developed under the working name of ECMAScript 3.1, will be known as ECMAScript, Fifth Edition, and will supercede the current formally established standard,

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  • ECMAScript, which is more commonly known by the name JavaScript ™, is an essential component of every web browser and the ECMAScript standard is one of the core standards that enable the existence of interoperable web applications on the World Wide Web.

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  • ECMA-262 will be known as ECMAScript, Fifth Edition.

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  • It's a bit of a rant. opined about a possible change in the Javascript (officially called ECMAScript) specification to make Javascript objects have a defined enumeration order for their properties.

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