ECMAScript

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ECMAScript

(language)
(ECMA standard 262, ISO standard 16262) The standardised version of the core JavaScript language.

ECMAScript

A scripting language that combines Netscape's JavaScript and Microsoft's Jscript with server-side extensions from Borland. Originally known as ECMA-262. See Dynamic HTML.
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The standard complements the ECMAScript Language Specification, also published by Ecma as ECMA-262, which defines the core of JavaScript in web browsers, servers, and other software systems.
Istvan Sebestyen, Secretary General of Ecma International, added: "We are very proud to have extended the highly successful ECMAScript ECMA-262 standard with this important and much needed feature.
GENEVA -- ISO, the International Organization for Standardization, IEC, the International Electrotechnical Commission and Ecma International have ratified ECMA-262 edition 5.
For the first time, Ecma will publish a standardized test suite for the latest version of ECMA-262 edition 5.
0, CSS, Document Object Model, ECMA-262 compliant scripting -- as well as delivers a rich, easy-to-use interface.
Major Web Standard Updated: ECMA-262 5th Edition Has Been Approved
0, Document Object Model and ECMA-262 compliant scripting.
Final Draft of ECMA-262 - the ECMAScript Language Standard - Has Been Published
0, the first scripting language to fully conform to the new standard known as ECMA-262 (European Computer Manufacturers Association).
1 based on the existing ECMA-262 Edition 3 (ES3) specification.
The second full version of the language will be published as ECMA-262 Edition 4 in 2004.
5, Netscape is the first vendor to deliver full support for the ECMA-262 edition 3 standard of JavaScript, and the only vendor to provide a free and open source implementation of JavaScript, which is available in both C and Java versions.