ECMAScript

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ECMAScript

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(ECMA standard 262, ISO standard 16262) The standardised version of the core JavaScript language.
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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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(41.) ECMAScript[R] 2017 Language Specification (ECMA-262, 8th ed.,
The "ECMA" stands for European Computer Manufacturers Association, an organization that decided on a common subset of JavaScript and JScript and designated the standard as ECMA-262.
[4.] ECMA-262. ECMAScript (a general-purpose, cross-platform programming language).