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How to learn Java Script

 
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I need to learn this in a real fast pace. Please suggest me to specific books/urls that are useful for this task.
 
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I have O'Reilly' "Javascript: The definitive guide". It is great!! It does assume you already have some programmng experience but not alot.
Dave
 
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Dave,
Are you planning to sell this gem.
I am willing to buy it if you want to sell it.
Kishore.
 
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You can get your very own brand new copy from:
http://www.bookpool.com/.x/654tn4qomm/sm/0596000480
Sorry, but I use mine all of the time
 
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