Saturday, August 20, 2011

LEARNING JAVASCRIPT - LEXICAL STRUCTURES – RESERVED WORDS (JAVASCRIPT TUTORIAL)



1.       WELCOME
1.       INTRODUCTION  1 - 2 - 3
2.       FIRST PROGRAM
2.       BASICS
1.       PLACING THE CODE  1
2.       LEXICAL STRUCTURE
1.    Reserved words
3.       VARIABLES AND TYPES
4.       OPERATORS
5.       CONTROL STRUCTURES
6.       FUNCTIONS AND OBJECTS
7.       EVENT HANDLING
8.       REGULAR EXPRESSIONS
3.       ADVANCED TOPICS
2.       INHERITANCE
3.       ACCESS CONTROL
1.       FUNCTION OBJECTS
2.       ANONYMOUS FUNCTIONS
3.       CLOSURES
4.       HIGHER ORDER FUNCTIONS
3.       MODULAR JAVASCRIPT
1.       MODULES
2.       NAMESPACES
4.       OPTIMIZATION
5.       METAPROGRAMMING
6.       BOOKMARKLETS
4.       DEBUGGING
1.       JAVASCRIPT DEBUGGERS
2.       COMMON MISTAKES
3.       DEBUGGING METHODS
4.       BROWSER BUGS
2.       FINDING ELEMENTS
3.       ADDING ELEMENTS
4.       CHANGING ELEMENTS
5.       CHANGING ELEMENT STYLES
6.       REMOVING ELEMENTS
2.       EVENT HANDLERS
1.       SIMPLE EVENT HANDLERS
2.       W3C EVENT HANDLERS
3.       EXTENDED EVENT HANDLERS
4.       SOUL BUILDING JAVASCRIPT
5.       XML AND JAVASCRIPT
1.       DOM MANIPULATION
2.       XSL SPRINKLES
6.       DHTML EXAMPLES
6.       ADVANCED WEB CLIENT PROGRAMMING
1.       WORKING WITH IMAGES
2.       WORKING WITH FORMS
3.       WORKING WITH COOKIES
1.       XMLHTTPREQUEST
2.       HANDLING HTML
3.       HANDLING JSON
4.       HANDLING XML
5.       DESIGN MODE
7.       JAVASCRIPT OUTSIDE HTML
1.       ACTIONSCRIPT IN FLASH
2.       ADOBE PDF FORMS
3.       JSOSA FOR THE MACINTOSH
4.       JSCRIPT IN MICROSOFT WSH
1.       NAMING CONVENTIONS
2.       CODE STRUCTURING
3.       ACCESSIBILITY
9.       APPENDICES
1.       INDEX
2.       LINKS
3.       USEFUL SOFTWARE TOOLS
4.       HISTORY OF JAVASCRIPT
5.       CONTRIBUTORS
[My advice if you don’t have great memory. Don’t try to learn them at all. While making your code refer to them as much as you can, so that they become part of your holistic memory]
This page contains a list of reserved words in JavaScript, which cannot be used as names of variables, functions or other objects.

[edit] Reserved JavaScript keywords

  1. break
  2. case
  3. catch
  4. continue
  5. default
  6. delete
  7. do
  8. else
  9. false
  10. finally
  11. for
  12. function
  13. if
  14. in
  15. instanceof
  16. new
  17. null
  18. return
  19. switch
  20. this
  21. throw
  22. true
  23. try
  24. typeof
  25. var
  26. void
  27. while
  28. with

[edit] Words reserved for JavaScript in the future

These words are reserved by ECMAScript v3 for future versions of JavaScript:
  1. abstract
  2. boolean
  3. byte
  4. char
  5. class
  6. const
  7. debugger
  8. double
  9. enum
  10. export
  11. extends
  12. final
  13. float
  14. goto
  15. implements
  16. import
  17. int
  18. interface
  19. long
  20. native
  21. package
  22. private
  23. protected
  24. public
  25. short
  26. static
  27. super
  28. synchronized
  29. throws
  30. transient
  31. volatile


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