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    why two javacript conflict???

    hello,

    i am new in JC, working as a fresher developer in IT company....
    i am looking for one solution...

    i am doing one project & that is reagraing shopping website & i have put one javascript on home page... now the problem is that... client add new requirment & looking for two..

    when i added second one i have seen that it's not working or some time not working properly...
    in short it's not possible to make it live....

    so can you please tell me that what is the solution of this comon problems.

    Thanks,

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    well, when my wife was trying to get her driver license, the instructor told them a funny story. he said that when he wants a woman to turn the car left or right he never tells her "turn left" or "turn right" because women always turn the wrong direction (you say "left" but she turns right). so, he used to say (meaning the steering wheel) "wheel to me" if he wants her to turn right or "wheel from me" for left turn... the same crap with javascript
    xxx: Guess Buddhist riddle: "What is the sound of one hand clapping?"
    yyy: facepalm

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    @Padonak,
    intresting.... so i understood..... now..

    thanks for direction... i will do it, by more & more practice....
    thanks once again,

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    that was a true story and just a joke ) i tried to insinuate that if you show no code and errors that you got, you will unlikely get any help...
    xxx: Guess Buddhist riddle: "What is the sound of one hand clapping?"
    yyy: facepalm

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