There are NOW actually 3 very useful code snippits in this txt file: Here are 2 useful pieces of JS code: Both do things that are very useful to do: First "program" runs multiple pieces of code that do iterations (starting them IN THE ORDER LISTED, but overall running them basically simultaneous -- actually alternating the iterations of each (and you can have more than 2)): Listing 8.4
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This second program runs everything in one block between pause() and resume() completely before it runs the next function or block of code between a pause() and a resume() -- again, in order _and_ you may have more than two!): Listing 8.5 ---------------------------- HERE IS THE THIRD ONE for exact-same cross-browser event handling: Cross-browser event handling
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AND, Here (below) is a version that not only makes adding and removing events the same for all browsers, but also normalizes events, making ALL information equivalently available from all events in all browsers. Following the procedures in this example below all browsers will act like Firefox, i.e. like W3C-compliant browsers: Cross-browser event handling with event property normalization AND demo-ed
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