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A Fairly Complete Course for ECMAScript
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late.

Have confidence in ECMAScript coding by completing this course. It is free and the topics include: ECMAScript Basics, Operators, Expressions and Statements, Custom Object, Global Object, Array Object, String Object, Regular Expressions, Date Object, Error Basics, Number and Boolean Objects in ECMAScript, Advanced Regular Expressions, Inheritance in ECMAScript, Mastering the ECMAScript eval Function. The link is:
Both the professional and advanced courses are free. The little mathematical skills needed to complete the course is taught along in the course. Study the course in the order given. ECMAScript Basics · ECMAScript Operators · Expressions and Statements in ECMAScript · Custom Object in ECMAScript ...
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ECMAScript Operators
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. On the road to becoming an ECMAScript professional, after learning the basics of ECMAScript, you should learn the operators, beyond the basics.

The topics include: Assignment Operators, Arithmetic Operators, Equality and Relational Operators, Logical Operators, Unary Operators, String Literal Operators, Miscellaneous Operators.

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This is part 1 of my series, ECMAScript Operators. Addition and subtraction symbols are examples of operators in ECMAScript. ECMAScript has many other operators that do not have similarities with mathematics. In this part of the series, I talk about the assignment operators in ECMAScript.
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Custom Object in ECMAScript
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. ECMAScript is actually an Object Oriented Programming language! It may not look like it, but it is. And so you should learn Custom Object early enough in the ECMAScript course.

After learning the basics, Operators, Expressions and Statements, Custom Object is the next topic to learn.

The topics covered include: Creating Object from the Global Object, Object by Initialization, ECMAScript JSON File.

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Creating ECMAScript Object from the Global Object. Custom Object in ECMAScript - Part 1. Foreword: In this part of the series, I explain how to create an object directly from the ECMAScript Global Object. By: Chrysanthus Date Published: 21 Sep 2014 ...
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The ECMAScript Array
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. In ECMAScript an array is an object with data properties and methods. You have to learn it as such, and be flexible in using it. You will never be satisfied with any computer language if you do not know how to use its array.

The topics include: Creating and Using Arrays, Adding and Removing Elements in Array, Array Data Methods.

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This is part 1 of my series, The ECMAScript Array. In this part of the series. I explain how to create and use arrays in ECMAScript. Note: If you cannot see the code or if you think anything is missing (broken link, image absent), just contact me at forchatrans@yahoo.com.
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ECMAScript Regular Expressions
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. It is true that browsers today will validate inputs; but that is to a limit. They will validate commonly used inputs like, email address and URL. They will not validate custom inputs like, Product ID. It is out of the question that today, you design a web form that does not validate all the inputs. So learning ECMAScript Regular Expressions is a must, as you will need it for the validation of non-commonly used inputs.

You also need it for other things like searching and modifying text on a displayed web page, and for Active Client Pages that increase the speed of web page data download.

The topics include: Introduction, Patterns, Grouping, Flags, Building Regular Expressions, Using String Regular Expressions, Extra Features, Application

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This is part 1 of my series, ECMAScript String Regular Expressions. Consider the string, “This is a man”. Assume that you do not know the content of the string; the string might have been typed by the user and the ECMAScript code has assigned it to a variable. You may have the following two ...
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ECMAScript Error Basics
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. The topics in this short series include: The try Statement, Error Object. Freely and easily cover the series at:
The try Statement in ECMAScript. ECMAScript Error Basics – Part 1. Foreword: In this part of the series I talk about the try statement that is used to catch errors in ECMAScript. By: Chrysanthus Date Published: 22 Sep 2014 ...
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Number and Boolean Objects in ECMAScript
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. The number object is not exactly a number. The Boolean object is not exactly a Boolean value.

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This is part 1 of my series, Number and Boolean Objects in ECMAScript. In this part of the series I talk about number objects in ECMAScript. Number objects are not exactly numbers. Number objects have properties and numbers do not have properties. Note: If you cannot see the code or if you think ...
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ECMAScript Basics
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. Of course, you have to start with the basics. ECMAScript offers an interactive web page as opposed to a static web page.

Hey, you can learn this as your first computer language. Both the professional and the advanced course have been produced in such a way that you need very little mathematical skills to complete the volume: always make the difference between mathematics and programming. Today, after graduation you can choose to be writing applications that need mathematics or applications that do not even need the completion of middle school mathematics.

The basics topics include:  Getting stated, Outputting, Primitive Types and Identifiers, Conditional Statements, Boolean Logic, Conditions and Boolean Logic, Commonly used Operators, Loop Statements, Function Basics, Object Basics, Array Basics, Variable Nature, Whitespace, Error Basics, Testing the Code.

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This is the first part of my series, ECMAScript Basics. ECMAScript is a scripting language that operates at the web client's computer in the browser. ECMAScript is the standard scripting language for browsers today, and it is supported by most browsers. Note: If you cannot see the code or if you ...
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Expressions and Statements in ECMAScript
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. In ECMAScript an expression consists of one or more characters and may include operators. ECMAScript is taught and coded in terms of expressions and statements. So, learning the expressions and statements in ECMAScript, is a must. You should learn this after learning operators.

The topics include: Primary Expressions, Left Hand Side Expression, Postfix Expressions, Statements.

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This is part 1 of my series, Expressions and Statements in ECMAScript. In this part of the series, I talk about primary expressions in ECMAScript. In ECMAScript an expression consists of one or more characters and may include operators. ECMAScript is taught and coded in terms of expressions and ...
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ECMAScript Global Object
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. The Global Object is the mother object in ECMAScript. You need to learn this in order to easily understand all the other objects, like the array object that are directly derived from it.

The topics covered include: Value and function Properties of the Global Object, Constructor Properties of the Global Object.

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Value and function Properties of the ECMAScript Global Object. ECMAScript Global Object – Part 1. Foreword: In this part of the series I talk about the value and function properties of the ECMAScript Global Object. By: Chrysanthus Date Published: 21 Sep 2014 ...
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The ECMAScript String Object
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. ECMAScript is fundamentally an Object Oriented Programming Language. So, a string is an object with data properties and methods. You have to learn it as such, and be flexible in using it. You will never be satisfied with any computer language if you do not know how to use its string.

The topics include: Creating and Using Strings, String Nature Methods of String Object Prototype, Concatenating and Splitting Strings, Searching a String.

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Creating and Using Strings in ECMAScript. The ECMAScript String Object – Part 1. Foreword: In this part of the series. I explain how to create and use strings in ECMAScript. By: Chrysanthus Date Published: 21 Sep 2014. Introduction. This is part 1 of my series, The ECMAScript String Object.
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ECMAScript Date Object
Today, the recommended scripting language for HTML and Browsers, by the World Wide Web Consortium, is ECMAScript. You should learn it now before it becomes too late. The world is becoming a global village. Computer applications have to start taking into consideration the time and date in different parts of the world for the same instant. So, your ECMAscript course is not complete if you do not know how to code dates and time. Freely learn that at the following link:
This is part 1 of my series, ECMAScript Date Object. In this part of the series I talk about local time, Greenwich Mean Time (G.M.T) and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). This part of the series deals more with geography than programming. Longitude The world is round.
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System Analyst and Computer Programmer
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C/C++, Java, HTML, CSS, ECMAScript (JavaScript), DOM, PHP, Perl, MySQL, Sybase, Windows API, Web Development, Database
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More than 10 years experience in computer software, computer programming, computer hardware and telecommunications.
Education
  • University of Montreal, Canada
    Masters Degree in Technical Education
    Programming, Telecommunications, Teaching
  • University of Walse, Britain
    BSc Electronics
    Electronics/Electrical Engineering,