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Is javascript parse on client browser ? or on server side? is any 'plug in' in browsers for parsing js?
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Updated 26-Aug-10 19:37pm
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I am not sure what you meant by "javascript Parse" but, the javascript codes are executed completely on Client side (Browser), not in the Server side. However, you have to make sure that, the Javascript codes are inside the script block as follows:

XML
<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
        function test() {
            alert("Hi");
        }
</script>


Otherwise, the Server side code may not give any error, but will just output the javascript codes as text in the browser.
 
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Javascript is run on the client side, by the browser. Which is why the same code can behave differently in different browsers. I suggest you buy a book on ASP.NET and read it to understand fully how it works and what it does.,
 
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