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  Recommendations for Modifications to the ECMAScript Language Specification
ECMAScript has powerful reflection capabilities, but there is a blind spot with respect to functions.
The ECMAScript Specification is unnecessarily restrictive in the limitations on the use of reserved words.
The ECMAScript Specification does not allow the use of reserved words as identifiers in the key/value pairs in the literal object notation.
www.crockford.com /javascript/recommend.html   (1030 words)

ECMAScript language specification defines a minimum criterias for scripting language and it is allowed to include extensions to the conforming implementation.
ECMAScript syntax is relaxed to enable it to serve as an easy-to-use scripting language.
In ECMAScript, the state and methods are carried by objects, and structure, behavior, and state are all inherited.
www.tml.tkk.fi /Opinnot/Tik-111.590/2000/Papers/ECMAScript.html   (2796 words)

 VRML97, ISO/IEC 14772-1:1997 -- Annex C, ECMAScript Scripting Reference
ECMAScript is a general purpose, cross-platform programming language that can be used with ISO/IEC 14772 to provide scripting of events, objects, and actions.
The function's name is the same as the eventIn and is passed two arguments, the event value and its timestamp (see C.4.2, Parameter passing and the eventIn function).
Since ECMAScript is an untyped language it has no language constructs to describe the types of parameters passed to, or values returned from, functions.
tecfa.unige.ch /guides/vrml/vrml97/spec/part1/javascript.html   (4547 words)

 VoiceXML Review - Columns - First Words
ECMAScript is the European Computer Manufacturer's Association (ECMA) standard for a scripting language.
The short story is that for all intents and purposes, ECMAScript and a relatively recent release of JavaScript are the same thing.
ECMAScript objects are used as the parameter passing mechanism for elements such as and ;
www.voicexml.org /Review/Jul2001/columns/Jul2001_first_words.html   (1057 words)

 JavaScript - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
JavaScript is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. It was used under license for technology invented and implemented by Netscape Communications and current entities such as the Mozilla Foundation.
ECMAScript, in simple terms, is a standardized version of JavaScript.
Of only historical interest now, ECMAScript was included in the VRML97 standard for scripting nodes of VRML scene description files.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/JavaScript   (2063 words)

 Ecma Script
ECMAScript is the only standard scripting language on the Web; it is based on the ECMA-262 specification, which outlines an ObjectOriented ProgrammingLanguage for performing computations and manipulating objects within a host environment, such as the browser.
Although that is by far the most common use for the language, it is incorrect to assume that the DocumentObjectModel is somehow tied to the standard.
The ECMAScript 4 standard appears to be turning the language into a cross between JavaLanguage and PythonLanguage, mostly Java.
c2.com /cgi/wiki?EcmaScript   (675 words)

 The Cover Pages: ECMAScript for XML
ECMA International (ECMA) is completing extensions to the widely used ECMAScript standard, currently being updated to its 4th Edition.
The enhancements known as E4X (ECMAScript for XML) standardize the syntax and semantics of a general-purpose, cross-platform, vendor-neutral set of programming language extensions adding native XML support in ECMAScript.
ECMA is in the process of harmonizing the various diverging extensions of ECMAScript.
xml.coverpages.org /ECMAScript-XML.html   (751 words)

 Cover Pages: Ecma International Approves ECMAScript for XML (E4X) Specification.
ECMAScript Task Group has "completed several independent implementations to validate the specification and is already working on the next version of E4X, which will include support for the XML schema language and other type systems.
It reuses familiar ECMAScript operators for creating, navigating and manipulating XML, such that anyone who has used ECMAScript is able to start using XML with little or no additional knowledge.
ECMAScript (ECMA-262 / ISO/IEC 16262) is one of the most widely used programming languages." E4X "adds native XML datatypes to the ECMAScript language, extends the semantics of familiar ECMAScript operators for manipulating XML objects and adds a small set of new operators for common XML operations, such as searching and filtering.
xml.coverpages.org /ni2004-07-20-a.html   (2049 words)

 ECMAScript   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
ECMAScript can be used in VoiceXML documents for client-side processing, for example, to validate user input, without requiring access to the server.
ECMAScript objects are used as the parameter passing mechanism for elements such as and , while the 'expr' and the 'cond' attributes reference ECMAScript expressions.
Although ECMAScript can be used within a VoiceXML document in the ways mentioned, there are some characters that need to be escaped in order to conform to the rules of XML.
www.infj.ulst.ac.uk /nlp/practicals/ecmascript.htm   (215 words)

 Floppy's Web3D Guide - VRML97 Tutorial 4.1: VRML Scripting with ECMAScript
Because of the history involved, while browsers support ECMAScript in the script node, you still use the "javascript:..." URL protocol as discussed a couple of tutorials back.
An ECMAScript program is a sequence of commands that are executed one at a time to create the desired results.
An ECMAScript program is a sequence of statements, each of which executes certain commands.
web3d.vapourtech.com /tutorials/vrml97/en/tut41.html   (1307 words)

 VoiceGenie Developer Workshop - ECMAScript Reference
All of the ECMAScript operators, statements, and core objects are supported by VoiceGenie.
Evaluates a string of ECMAScript in the context of this object.
If such numeric literals are specified within scripts or as an ECMAScript expression in any attribute, the numbers will be converted from an octal number to a decimal number when the expressions are evaluated by the JavaScript engine.
developer.voicegenie.com /ECMAScript.php   (1732 words)

 What is ECMAScript? - a definition from Whatis.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
- ECMAScript is a standard script language, developed with the cooperation of Netscape and Microsoft and mainly derived from Netscape's JavaScript, the widely-used scripting language that is used in Web pages to affect how they look or behave for the user.
ECMAScript is object-oriented and conceived as a core language to which can be added the objects of any specific domain or context such as the idea of a "document." (for example, the World Wide Web Consortium's Document Object Model).
ECMAScript together with the Document Object Model corresponds closely to the current implementations of JavaScript and JScript.
searchsqlserver.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid87_gci213577,00.html   (254 words)

 Stick to the ECMAscript   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
ECMAscript (better known to most people as JavaScript) has a particularly interesting history in that it started out as an anti-standard.
That is, ECMAScript is essentially the same language as both JavaScript and JScript languages, the competing languages used respectively by Netscape and Microsoft.
While browsers are the most likely platform to specifically refer to the ECMAScript standard, or to identify a particular version, they are not the only technology to support the standard.
www.ibm.com /developerworks/library/wa-ecma.html?ca=dgr-lnxw02aECMAscript   (2269 words)

 Unicode in ECMAScript Edition 4
Since ECMAScript edition 3 was published, the Unicode standard has added features, fixed bugs, and improved specifications.
ECMAScript already lists several Unicode and ISO 6429 controls that are commonly used as line break characters, except for U+0085 Next Line.
ECMAScript permits \uhhhh for characters where \xhh would suffice, and other standards do not appear to have such restrictions.
www.mindspring.com /~markus.scherer/unicode/es4-unicode.html   (1101 words)

 Openweb.eu.org - Introduction au langage ECMAScript
ECMAScript est une tentative de normalisation du noyau du langage : sa syntaxe, ses mots-clés et ses composants natifs.
ECMAScript possède enfin les traditionnels opérateurs unaires d'incrémentation, « 
De plus ECMAScript ne peut pas se résumer qu'à son noyau, et pour créer des scripts vraiment utiles, il faudra utiliser d'autres technologies qui étendent le noyau, comme principalement le DOM.
openweb.eu.org /articles/introduction_ecmascript   (3221 words)

 NOVELL: Tips on when to use xPath and when to use ECMAScript   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
ECMAScript in turn can access Java through a very thin and direct interface.
Assuming we have a component that has been handed an Input XML document there are four ways one could work with that document, each with their own advantages and disadvantages.
ECMAScript Math, String and Number objects provide a robust complement to the XPath functions.
developer.novell.com /extend/composer/952.html   (1062 words)

 Web Browser ECMAScript Support
This document is a section of the web browser standards support document.
ECMAScript is a language used to access and work with the DOM.
This work is copyright © 2006 David Hammond and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike License.
www.webdevout.net /browser_support_ecmascript.php   (119 words)

 ECMAScript - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It will be formally defined in terms of Standard ML of New Jersey, a member of the ML programming language family[9]; ML offers strong support for many desired or proposed features such as tail recursion.
In this example, the variable test is declared and given an initialization value of "hi" (a string).
Because ECMAScript is dynamically typed, the interpreter automatically creates a string value for test without any explicit type declaration.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/ECMAScript   (1038 words)

 ESP: EcmaScript Pages
ESP (EcmaScript Pages) is a servlet add-on that allows you to write servlets directly in JavaScript and Html while retaining all the power of the Java language and the servlet object model.
Of course, EcmaScript is also completely compatible with JavaScript: they're actually the same language, except for the so-called "navigator extensions".
A special EcmaScript file (defined by the optional initScript servlet parameter) is loaded at startup and its contents are made accessible to all subsequent pages.
www.plenix.org /older/esp   (1550 words)

 O'Reilly Network -- JavaScript: How Did We Get Here?
Standardization was begun in conjunction with ECMA in November 1996 and adopted in June 1997 by ECMA and by ISO in April 1998.
In the meantime, as ECMAScript was being standardized (but unfortunately neglecting everything but the core language), Netscape and Microsoft introduced the 4.0 browser generation, each browser with its own completely proprietary document object model, and "Dynamic HTML" became the next morass into which JavaScript's good heart was dragged.
ECMAscript is powerfull when you can use expando and adapt the language defaults to your needs
www.oreillynet.com /pub/a/javascript/2001/04/06/js_history.html   (2091 words)

 PRESS RELEASE Web Leaders Agree to Add Native XML to ECMAScript   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The enhancements known as E4X (ECMAScript for XML) standardize the syntax and semantics of a general-purpose, cross-platform, vendor-neutral set of programming language extensions adding native XML support in ECMAScript.
Given the rising popularity of XML and the near universal usage of ECMAScript on the World Wide Web, the Web development community will welcome a simple, familiar, general purpose programming model for XML allowing them to harness the power and flexibility of XML immediately with little or no additional training.
ECMA is in the process of harmonizing the various diverging extensions of ECMAScript.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=52349   (795 words)

 ECMAScript - MDC
ECMAScript is the scripting language that forms the basis of JavaScript.
ECMAScript is standardized by the Ecma International organization in the ECMA-262 specification.
Work on ECMAScript 4th edition is currently underway.
developer.mozilla.org /en/docs/ECMAScript   (66 words)

 JavaScript Language Resources - MDC
ECMAScript is the name used for JavaScript as standardized by the TC39 committee of the ECMA standards organization.
TG-1 maintains ECMAScript.org as the clearinghouse for ECMAScript Edition 4 information, including the ES4 draft proposals and downloads of the ES4 reference interpreter.
The Tamarin virtual machine will support the ECMAScript 4 language and will be embedded within SpiderMonkey and the Adobe® Flash® Player.
www.mozilla.org /js/language   (154 words)

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