In Part 1 of this series, we covered objects, object methods, and object categories. Now, let's move on. Arguments In every function, a private variable - argument - is automatically created, holding an array of the arguments passed to the function.
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The waiting room is full! Join the queue - and the Good Dr. Design will see you next time! But for now, he's rolling up his sleeves and lending a hand to today's patients- Dream Rollovers Hi! Can you tell me why all the rollovers that I make in Dream
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Just a few years ago, the key skill involved in writing HTML was knowing enough table tricks to persuade the two major browsers to do more or less what you wanted them to. The modern Web is a very different beast, where the quality of your markup is
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