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    Object tag height and focus

    I'm using an object tag to include one web page within another. I want the included page to expand the object tag to exactly the right size, and I want to be able to use JavaScript to set focus on...
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    Thank you. I had read that "forEach" is...

    Thank you. I had read that "forEach" is depricated and searched my website for any occurances hoping to fix them. I found two, but did not realize until just now that they were examples of Perl...
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    I see the difference between "for ... in" and...

    I see the difference between "for ... in" and "for ... of" statements; neither of these applies. I'm looking for help with "...each" items.

    And there seems to be a difference between "forEach"...
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    for each ... in, for each ... of, forEach

    I'm working on "fixing" any deprecated things in my scripts, but I do not fully understand the differences between:

    for each ... in
    for each ... of
    forEach

    What are the differences?
  5. You have quite a few HTML errors to fix. See...

    You have quite a few HTML errors to fix. See them here:
    https://validator.w3.org/check?charset=(detect+automatically)&doctype=Inline&group=0&uri=http://www.firstclassmarketer.com/
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    It looks like hex-coded and byte-reversed. The...

    It looks like hex-coded and byte-reversed.

    The "c0" part gives the 192, "a8" gives 192, "00" is 0, and "01" gives 1. Then "30" followed by "39" and interpreted as binary gives 12345.
  7. You have multiple HTML errors. See them here:...

    You have multiple HTML errors. See them here:
    https://validator.w3.org/nu/?doc=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.webclasses.in%2Fhtml-introduction%2F
  8. You are correct that my response was too general....

    You are correct that my response was too general. As far as I know, the radio set is the one exception.
  9. If you include both a name and an id, they must...

    If you include both a name and an id, they must match.
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    What is it you need?

    What is it you need?
  11. Some names, like those last two, are handled...

    Some names, like those last two, are handled individually. To get those to work, I checked to make sure that the entered name is not all capitals, but contains at least one capital after the first...
  12. I have 30 regular expressions to handle all...

    I have 30 regular expressions to handle all variations of the names that I listed.
  13. I thought this looked like a fun project, so I...

    I thought this looked like a fun project, so I wrote it in PERL, translated it into JavaScript, and got it to work with: D Eath, D'eath, d'Annunzio, da Vinci, de' Medici, de Medicis, DeLorean, du...
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    The question, as stated, uses the word "script"...

    The question, as stated, uses the word "script" but does not need one to do only what is listed so far. There does need to be something on the server to catch the information and store it. That is...
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    Is the request for a "contact script" actually...

    Is the request for a "contact script" actually for the web page (HTML only; no script) only, or is it for the program on the server to catch and store the incomming information, or both?
  16. What about names like MacGregor? What do you...

    What about names like MacGregor? What do you expect when the input word is "machinery"?
  17. I did enough work to be able to make a good...

    I did enough work to be able to make a good estimate of cost for the whole project, we agreed on the price, half would be paid, then delivery of the program, then the remaining half would be paid. ...
  18. Six weeks wasted. Requester made a deal, waited...

    Six weeks wasted. Requester made a deal, waited for the work to be completed, then backed out of the payment. This is NOT a nice guy!
  19. Where did you go? We had a deal and I did the...

    Where did you go? We had a deal and I did the work.
  20. I haven't heard from you in a while. Have you...

    I haven't heard from you in a while. Have you given up on this project?
  21. Yes, I just received it. I'll be replying from...

    Yes, I just received it. I'll be replying from that e-mail.
  22. jalarie0@yahoo.com

    jalarie0@yahoo.com
  23. Notice that the last character before the at-sign...

    Notice that the last character before the at-sign is a zero, not an Oh.
  24. Send details on what you want to...

    Send details on what you want to jalarie0@yahoo.com and I'll get it.
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    a='12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567...

    a='12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890';
    b=String(a);
    c=b.substr(0,12);
    for (i=1; i<=(b.length)/12; i++) {
    c+=','+b.substr(12*i,12);
    }
    alert(c);
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