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Hello All,

I would like to know about the JAVASCRIPT CACHING. Is there any efficient way to use Javascript caching, I have not come across any ,IF there are, or is, how to use it or by any other means of coding style, can anybody explain ? may be a dumb question

Thanks in advance and waiting for different suggestion / opinions

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http://ajaxian.com/archives/quipt-caching-js-in-windowname#comments

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Why not just rely upon the usual browser caching?
 
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