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DOM level 2 event listner question

 
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hi there,
i have read DOM level 2 spesification and seen event listner(UI and mouse) .But i can not understand how come we can use this.If i have one DOM tree then when mouseover or focuslost type event fire? If possible than answer me with example.
In waiting of reply.
 
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I don't understand how DOM mechanism can be event based. Its more kind of static stuff wherein we keep browsing things in the memory.
Guys can somebody clarify our doubt.
BTW, is there anyway i can view "all the posts". I'm aware of the "view recent posts" thing, but that gives only 50 posts or so.
 
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Last 50 posts don’t work for me either. I can't find a thing
 
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I posted the problem addressing the moderator. I hope they will come up with a solution. It would be awfully good if we can access all our posts.
 
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My post near the end of the thread might help you both in a sense:
https://coderanch.com/t/1376/Ranch-Office/recent-days-search-fails
 
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