A powerful, object-based, interpreted scripting language, created by Brendan Eich, most commonly embedded directly into HTML web pages to manage client-side interaction.
JavaScript is so beautiful and elegant it brings tears to my eyes. I love using it. It completes me as a person.
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The ultimate bloat machine, f**ck javascript all my homies use holy C
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Only useful for hiding stuff. That's pretty much it.
Javascript is like a bad version of white-out
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A computer programming language, provides a source of endless suffering for many poor middle-schoolers throughout the world (including myself).
"You have an assignment on javascript for summer break"
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Programming Language, written to sit on a web server but be run on an unknown web *client*. Hence it often doesn't.

If people start writing it to meet w3c standards, and browsers contimue to try to implement w3c standards, there may be some hope for it in the distant future.
JavaScript error #2345432, Object expected. Do you wish to debug?
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Scripting language derived from Java (actually it has nothing to do with it); usually a javascript can be found embedded into a HTML page (it is the default client side scripting language) and can be used to implement dynamic features in a webpage .
*Rightclicking a javascript-protected webpage* - "Sorry, mouse right-click disabled."
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A JavaScript application which can be executed in both a browser and a non-browser runtime. This was the first term used to describe this concept, but "Universal JavaScript" now has wider acceptance. Mathematicians and functional programmers will scoff at you if you use "isomorphic" to describe JavaScript, so save face by using "universal" instead.
You aren't writing isomorphic JavaScript? Ha, you remind me of my old Java coworkers.
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