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Forum: BOOK: Professional JavaScript for Web Developers 2nd edition ISBN: 9780470227800 November 5th, 2010, 09:02 PM
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Posted By nzakas
Strictly speaking, this is not a contradiction....

Strictly speaking, this is not a contradiction. My words were "your code". In this case, it's not your code that's throwing the error, it's the browser's code (appendChild). The point of my statement...
Forum: BOOK: Professional JavaScript for Web Developers 2nd edition ISBN: 9780470227800 December 9th, 2009, 09:55 PM
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Posted By nzakas
An XSLT file is just an XML file, so you can load...

An XSLT file is just an XML file, so you can load it into a DOM in the exact same way as you would any other XML file. Only IE has the concept of FreeThreadedDocument, all other browsers just use the...
Forum: BOOK: Professional JavaScript for Web Developers 2nd edition ISBN: 9780470227800 December 9th, 2009, 09:54 PM
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Posted By nzakas
I'm not sure I completely understand the...

I'm not sure I completely understand the question. If you want to read an XML file, your best bet is to use an XMLHttpRequest to retrieve the file and then get the string out of responseText (instead...
Forum: BOOK: Professional Ajax 2nd Edition ISBN: 978-0-470-10949-6 March 8th, 2009, 01:11 AM
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Posted By nzakas
This is because setTimeout() expects a function...

This is because setTimeout() expects a function pointer to be passed as the first argument. In your second example, you're not passing a function pointer, you're passing the result of calling...
Forum: BOOK: Professional JavaScript for Web Developers 2nd edition ISBN: 9780470227800 January 31st, 2009, 04:59 PM
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Posted By nzakas
Re: Passing parameters to timers

Hi,

I think what you're looking for is not the ability to pass parameters, but rather the ability to bind parameters to a function that you've passed into setTimeout(). To do that, you can use...
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