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RE: books on javascript?

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At 03:05 PM 2/12/96 -0600, you hammered out the following:
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>The books on javascript are basically being written right now.  I don't
know of any in print yet.  I have been looking for a while.  Review Netscape
online documentation at
>That combined with some examples out there and this mailing list are about
is good as it gets.
>From: 	anx.scan[SMTP:anx.scan@ix5.ix.netcom.com]
>Sent: 	Monday, February 12, 1996 8:36 AM
>To: 	javascript@obscure.org
>Subject: 	books on javascript?
>im looking for a good book to start me on JavaScript... the local 
>computer bookstore didnt have any (if they dont have it... no one 
>around here does.)
>anyway... anyone know of a place on the web i can purchace one?  im 
>looking for a beginners kind-of book... but one that explores 
>advanced features, also.
>For the love of simplicity in admiration of complexity,
>A n x . s c a n
>fax: 1.708.369.6510
>Try This: t h e  b a s e m e n t  i n d u s t r y
>Steve Brandt
>phone:  (214) 869-8263
>fax:       (214) 869-8280
>Attachment Converted: D:\DOWNLOAD\MAIL\RE books on javascript
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