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From 1st November  2011 you will be able to purchase a legal copy of the Mozilla/Netscape javaScript capable browser for  £500*.

If you would prefer to wait, the price for this shareware on a 30 day free trial will be £200 in December.

*The current price is $2011.00 In New Zealand, and $2011 (Australian) in Australia.

To register send a txt to (New Zealand) 027-2156742 including your email address, or see the contact page.

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Sun sold to Oracle for 7.4 billion?

See the history of Sun brand on this page:

It begs the question, who did Oracle pay for the  aquisition? Did the money go to Sun, in which case, Oracle gets it as the new owners. An example of this type of 'deal' is when Cathay Pacific made Dragonair a wholly owned subsidiary.

My correspondence file includes letters from Cathay Pacific warning me not to contact Dragonair employees. At the time of the takeover, Dragon was the biggest domestic airline in China with more destinations and passengers than the other two. It was decided in a closed meeting of teh leaders, by vote, that Dragon's opposition would handle their bookings. (more)

My programming experience producing software for Dragon Systems, in speech recognition and language suites.

Background from this page:

Sun is a proponent of open systems in general and Unix in particular, and a major contributor to open source software.[5]

On April 20, 2009, Sun and Oracle Corporation announced that they entered into a definitive agreement under which Oracle will acquire Sun for $7.4 billion.[6][7] The deal is still pending, with no date yet given for its completion.

Sun's manufacturing facilities are located in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA and Linlithgow, Scotland.

In 2004, Sun surprised the industry when, after having cultivated a reputation as one of Microsoft's most vocal antagonists, it entered into a joint relationship with them, resolving various legal entanglements between the two companies and receiving US$1.95 billion in settlement payments from them.[67] Sun now supports Microsoft Windows on its x64 systems, and has announced other collaborative agreements with Microsoft, including plans to support each others' virtualization environments.[68]

Things which can go wrong (Example)

So What's The Problem?

Adding more than one JavaScript to a page

One of the top five scripting questions I get asked on a daily basis is not what functions are, how to dynamically change the background color of a document, or why JavaScript is the most popular language on the WWW. Oh no, these don't even come close to being on my Top Five List. A question that does keep popping up in my mailbox, however, is how to add multiple scripts- should they be scripts from our own JavaScript archive or otherwise- to one page. Many people complain that, while a script works as it should alone on the page, when a second (or more) one is added, all of a sudden, things take an unpleasant twist, and either one or both of the scripts no longer work. In this article, I'll discuss and address this "problem" now frustrating many JavaScript lovers.
JavaScript was first used in the RAF Harrier, specifically in the BAe reconnaissance pod, which kept the 20k word and 8k word computers for the navigation and weapons aiming computers separate. (Modern Air Combat-Bill Gunston and Mike Spick).
It is also used in television broadcasts.

The British Aerospace/McDonnell Douglas Harrier II is a second-generation vertical/short takeoff and landing (V/STOL) jet aircraft used previously by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and, between 2006–2010, the Royal Navy. Derived from the McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II, which was a development of the Hawker Siddeley Harrier, the BAe Harrier II was produced as the Harrier GR5/GR7/GR9. Both are primarily used for light attack or multi-role tasks, and are often operated from small aircraft carriers. The Harrier II fell victim to a UK defence review which saw all its operational airframes retired from service in December 2010.

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 The Browser
A web browser can also be defined as an application software or program designed to enable users to access, retrieve and view documents and other resources on the Internet.

Although browsers are primarily intended to access the World Wide Web, they can also be used to access information provided by web servers in private networks or files in file systems.

The JavaScript Timing System

The timing system comes installed with the web browser software you already have on your computer, but includes the mouse software (and scroll bars) as they were originally part of the Microsoft operating system, but became redundant when the browser included them, and there was no space for two copies of the same software, causing a conflict.
In computing, a mouse is a pointing device that functions by detecting two-dimensional motion relative to its supporting surface.
The mouse's motion typically translates into the motion of a cursor on a display, which allows for fine control of a graphical user interface.

The trackball was invented by Tom Cranston, Fred Longstaff and Kenyon Taylor working on the Royal Canadian Navy's DATAR project in 1952. It used a standard Canadian five-pin bowling ball.
 It was not patented, as it was a secret military project.[3]

Current week of the year
There are 52 weeks in a year...use this unique script to display the week we're currently in!

Drop Down World Clock
Look up the time of various cities around the world easily with this useful script! Configurable to use cities of your choice.

LCD Clock
Display the time with style using this LCD clock script.. Note that the "digital" interface is visible in IE4+ and NS6+ only, with other browsers displaying a plain "form" clock instead.

Live Clock using forms
This is your standard live clock that displays itself in a text area .

JavaScript image clock
This is a compact JavaScript image clock that's updated live every second. It comes with a default image pack for the interface, though you can easily specify you own "digits" images instead inside the script.

Live clock using images II
A stylish, live JavaScript image clock, updated every minute.

debug is a command in DOS, MS-DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows (only x86 versions, not x64[1]) which runs the program debug.exe (or DEBUG.COM in older versions of DOS).[2] Debug can act as an assembler, disassembler, or hex dump program allowing users to interactively examine memory contents (in assembly language, hexadecimal or ASCII), make changes, and selectively execute COM, EXE and other file types. It also has several subcommands which are used to access specific disk sectors, I/O ports and memory addresses.[3] MS-DOS Debug runs at a 16-bit process level and therefore it is limited to 16-bit computer programs.[2] FreeDOS Debug has a "DEBUGX" version supporting 32-bit DPMI programs as well.[4]

Original author(s) Tim Paterson
Developer(s) Microsoft
Operating system DOS, MS-DOS, OS/2, Microsoft Windows
Tim Paterson is the author of QDOS, the original operating system which microsoft began with.

Paterson began work on QDOS (Quick and Dirty Operating System) in April 1980 to fill that void, copying the APIs of CP/M from sources including the published CP/M manual so that it would be highly compatible. QDOS was soon renamed as 86-DOS. Version 0.10 was complete by July 1980. By version 1.14 86-DOS had grown to 4,000 lines of assembly code.[1] In December 1980 Microsoft secured the rights to market 86-DOS to other hardware manufacturers.



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