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By now you should be acquainted with JavaScripts and some of its uses (if not read our Java v JavaScripts page)

The last updated counter on this page uses JavaScript to stop us from manually changing the figures when we update this page.

And below is another example of a JavaScript

Its a form for calculating a car loan

Just fill in the left column and use press on the "work it out" button

Please not this is a fun example and not a serious form for calculating car loans

Car Purchase Plan
Total Car Price ()
Deposit ()
Annual Interest Rate: %
Loan Length Years
The costs
Outstanding loan ()
No of Payments Months
Deposit ()
Monthly Cost ()

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JavaScript is embedded in an HTML document (unlike Java)

Take this example

In HTML this is coded as this-

<script>
<!--
document.open ();
document.write("If your browser is JavaScript enabled it can see this");
//->
</script>

You just need to enter it in the method described in out composer HTML section

Many others sites can teach you how to write JavaScript (see links). We'll have a wee tutorial soon

You can also find examples on this site and on the web to copy and paste into your HTML documents. Check our cool tips and links for some start points. As with everything check the copyright and as mentioned be wary with Java (although little evidence of any real dangers!!)

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