Saturday, March 11, 2006

A Poem of JavaScript Reserved words

Break else new var
case finally return void
catch for switch while
countinue function this with
default if throw
delete in try
do instanceof typeof

abstract enum int short
boolean export interface static
byte extends long super
char final native synchronized
class float package throws
const goto private transient
debugger implements projected volatile
double import public


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[tags] javascript, reserved, words, poem, tutorial [/tags]

6 comments:

  1. Well, I don't know if this is an offence to Poetry, or JavaScript. I guess it's a n insult for both :)

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  2. another meaningless comment?

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  3. I guess I'm the master of Meaningless :)

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  4. looool :) That's Just Great... Allah yir7amaaak ya A7maad Shawki, am sure if he read this poem he would pass his title as the "prince of poets" to you Jad !!

    I forgot about the whole programming thig, but did you stick to the convintions of the language or not, becuase some times your writing the key words in CAPS and some other times your not...tso tsooo tsssso. :))

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  5. Denford BerrimanMarch 7, 2012 at 5:46 AM

    But does it parse in jslint? What does D.C. have to say about it?

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