[whatwg] Scripting Tweaks

Brad Neuberg bkn3 at columbia.edu
Wed Apr 20 16:08:03 PDT 2005

At 01:11 PM 4/20/2005, you wrote:
>On 4/20/05, Dean Edwards <dean at edwards.name> wrote:
> > Speaking of setTimeout, where is this defined?
>Nowhere, and in fact the string method is the commoner implementation,
>there are a number of implementations which do not support a function
>uniqueID is very useful, I to use it all the time for patterns such as
>your hashtable of objects.   I certainly support the idea, and with
>the strong issues that closures of DOM objects have in IE,

interesting, tell me more; I didn't know IE has issues with certain kinds 
of closures.

>it's even
>more valuable.  It's certainly a pattern I would rather encourage in
>the dabblers who are always on the team.

Brad Neuberg, bkn3 at columbia.edu
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