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Dialogs and Windows
Windows 2000 Styles
Posted: 25 Aug 2011   Updated: 25 Aug 2011   Views: 7,292   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
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This is part three of three part post about JavaScript REPL console for Windows. In part one I have explained motivation and some initial steps, in part two I have added debug REPL and static breakpoints. In part three I am going to add the ability to set breakpoints dynamically from within JSREPL.
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This is part two of a three part post about JavaScript REPL console for Windows. In part one I have explained motivation and some initial steps to get the interesting part – how make JavaScript to debug itself. As mentioned previously, full source code of JSREPL is freely available under GPL 2 licen
Posted: 25 Aug 2011   Updated: 25 Aug 2011   Views: 8,646   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 1   Popularity: 0.00
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I earn a living writing C++ code. Code that twiddles pixels, mostly, and, while I write the occasional web app page, I am not a web application developer. Yet I am a avid user of JavaScript. Long before node.js rose to its popularity Microsoft Windows users had access to all the power of a scripting
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G Zizys
Software Developer (Senior) Microsoft Corporation
United States United States
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