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Solution Manual For Introduction to JavaScript Programming The “Nothing but a Browser” Approach, By Eric Roberts, ISBN-13: 9780135256008, ISBN-13: 9780135245859

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Solution Manual For Introduction to JavaScript Programming The “Nothing but a Browser” Approach, By Roberts

Solution Manual For Introduction to JavaScript Programming The “Nothing but a Browser” Approach, By Eric Roberts, ISBN-13: 9780135256008, ISBN-13: 9780135245859

Table of Contents

1. A Gentle Introduction

1.1 Introducing Karel

1.2 Teaching Karel to solve problems

1.3 Control statements

1.4 Stepwise refinement

1.5 Algorithms in Karel’s world

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2. Introducing JavaScript

2.1 Data and types

2.2 Numeric data

2.3 Variables

2.4 Functions

2.5 String data

2.6 Running JavaScript in the browser

2.7 Testing and debugging

2.8 Software maintenance

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3. Control Statements

3.1 Boolean Data

3.2 The if statement

3.3 The switch statement

3.4 The while statement

3.5 The for statement

3.6 Algorithmic programming

3.7 Avoiding fuzzy standards of truth

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4. Simple Graphics

4.1 A graphical version of “Hello World”

4.2 Classes, objects, and methods

4.3 Graphical objects

4.4 The graphics window

4.5 Creating graphical applications

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5. Functions

5.1 A quick review of functions

5.2 Libraries

5.3 A library to support randomness

5.4 The mechanics of function calls

5.5 Recursive functions

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6. Writing Interactive Programs

6.1 First-class functions

6.2 A simple interactive example

6.3 Controlling properties of objects

6.4 Responding to mouse events

6.5 Timer-based animation

6.6 Expanding the graphics library

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7. Strings

7.1 Binary representation

7.2 String operations

7.3 Classifying characters

7.4 Common string patterns

7.5 String applications

7.6 Reading from the console

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8. Arrays

8.1 Introduction to arrays

8.2 Array operations

8.3 Using arrays for tabulation

8.4 Reading text from files

8.5 Multidimensional arrays

8.6 Image processing

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9. Objects

9.1 Objects in JavaScript

9.2 Using objects as maps

9.3 Representing points

9.4 Rational numbers

9.5 Linking objects together

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10. Designing Data Structures

10.1 Abstract data types

10.2 Implementing a token scanner

10.3 Efficiency and representation

10.4 Representing real-world data

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11. Inheritance

11.1 Class hierarchies

11.2 Defining an employee hierarchy

11.3 Extending graphical classes

11.4 Decomposition and inheritance

11.5 Alternatives to inheritance

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12. JavaScript and the Web

12.1 A simple interactive example

12.2 An expanded look at HTML

12.3 Controlling style using CSS

12.4 Connecting JavaScript and HTML

12.5 Storing data in the index.html file

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