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SIXTH EDITION
JavaScript: The Definitive Guide
David Flanagan
Beijing
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Farnham
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JavaScript: The Definitive Guide, Sixth Edition
by David Flanagan
Copyright © 2011 David Flanagan. All rights reserved.
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Table of Contents
Preface ....................................................................  xiii
1. Introduction to JavaScript ................................................ 1
1.1 Core JavaScript
4
1.2 Client-Side JavaScript
8
Part I.  Core JavaScript 
2. Lexical Structure ....................................................... 21
2.1 Character Set
21
2.2 Comments
23
2.3 Literals
23
2.4 Identifiers and Reserved Words
23
2.5 Optional Semicolons
25
3. Types, Values, and Variables ............................................. 29
3.1 Numbers
31
3.2 Text
36
3.3 Boolean Values
40
3.4 null and undefined
41
3.5 The Global Object
42
3.6 Wrapper Objects
43
3.7 Immutable Primitive Values and Mutable Object References
44
3.8 Type Conversions
45
3.9 Variable Declaration
52
3.10 Variable Scope
53
4. Expressions and Operators ............................................... 57
4.1 Primary Expressions
57
4.2 Object and Array Initializers
58
4.3 Function Definition Expressions
59
vii
4.4 Property Access Expressions
60
4.5 Invocation Expressions
61
4.6 Object Creation Expressions
61
4.7 Operator Overview
62
4.8 Arithmetic Expressions
66
4.9 Relational Expressions
71
4.10 Logical Expressions
75
4.11 Assignment Expressions
77
4.12 Evaluation Expressions
79
4.13 Miscellaneous Operators
82
5. Statements ........................................................... 87
5.1 Expression Statements
88
5.2 Compound and Empty Statements
88
5.3 Declaration Statements
89
5.4 Conditionals
92
5.5 Loops
97
5.6 Jumps
102
5.7 Miscellaneous Statements
108
5.8 Summary of JavaScript Statements
112
6. Objects .............................................................. 115
6.1 Creating Objects
116
6.2 Querying and Setting Properties
120
6.3 Deleting Properties
124
6.4 Testing Properties
125
6.5 Enumerating Properties
126
6.6 Property Getters and Setters
128
6.7 Property Attributes
131
6.8 Object Attributes
135
6.9 Serializing Objects
138
6.10 Object Methods
138
7. Arrays ............................................................... 141
7.1 Creating Arrays
141
7.2 Reading and Writing Array Elements
142
7.3 Sparse Arrays
144
7.4 Array Length
144
7.5 Adding and Deleting Array Elements
145
7.6 Iterating Arrays
146
7.7 Multidimensional Arrays
148
7.8 Array Methods
148
7.9 ECMAScript 5 Array Methods
153
7.10 Array Type
157
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