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  1. #1
    Lamoe57
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    Default java script

    I have been trying to download and find that some downloads require java script and I am guessing because I don't have javacsript nothing happens. I am using Windows XP Home.

    Can anyone tell what I need to do to get java script and how it actually works.

    My internet Explorer is vresion 6.0.2800.

    Lamoe

  2. #2
    tweak\'e
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    Default Re: java script

    javascript comes with IE. you might want to try reseting everything in IE to default.

    otherwise please post exactly what your trying to do and including what site your trying to download from.

  3. #3
    Lamoe57
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    Default Re: java script

    I am trying to download screensavers from www.screensaver.com however all downloads show java script when I click the download button.

    When I click the download button nothing happens at all.

  4. #4
    Lamoe57
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    Default Re: java script

    I also use the Opera browser and I have noticed that java and java script are enabled but I still cannot get the screensavers to download.

    Anyone have any ideas.

  5. #5
    R2x1
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    Default Re: java script

    Well, you could go here to get it straight from Sun.
    Cheers, R2

  6. #6
    tweak\'e
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    Default Re: java script

    r2x1.....javascript and java are two totally different things

    i can't even access www.screensaver.com to see whats needed

  7. #7
    beama
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    Default Re: java script

    jscript ( microsoft version of javascript) comes with sp1 for xp it is NOT part of the install package.
    Javascript support for your os/browser is avaialbe from http://www.sun.com it is a run time engine
    As correctly pointed out javascript is different from java ( you can use java to compile applets or you can make stand alone applications (I have))Javascript is used mainly to add functionality to webpages.
    Java is platform indepentant that is to say the same source code can be compiled on a apple or pc and will run. Yes you do need a compiler for the platform you are compiling for but the source code remains the same to be able to compile the code you need the (developers kit For the Platform) also a download from sun a rather large one too.
    The syntax of java (not script) is simular to C+ both are OO lanauges
    If you need more information I reccomend Google

  8. #8
    tweak\'e
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    Default Re: java script

    > jscript ( microsoft version of javascript) comes with
    > sp1 for xp it is NOT part of the install package.
    > Javascript support for your os/browser is avaialbe
    > from http://www.sun.com it is a run time engine
    > As correctly pointed out javascript is different from
    > java ( you can use java to compile applets or you can
    > make stand alone applications (I have))Javascript is
    > used mainly to add functionality to webpages.
    > Java is platform indepentant that is to say the same
    > source code can be compiled on a apple or pc and will
    > run. Yes you do need a compiler for the platform you
    > are compiling for but the source code remains the
    > same to be able to compile the code you need the
    > (developers kit For the Platform) also a download
    > from sun a rather large one too.
    > The syntax of java (not script) is simular to C+ both
    > are OO lanauges
    > If you need more information I reccomend Google

    lol. lets see if i can edit it a bit....

    java( microsoft version of java) comes with sp1 for xp it is NOT part of the install package.
    Java support for your os/browser is avaialbe from http://www.java.com it is a run time engine
    As correctly pointed out javascript is different from java ( you can use java to compile applets or you can make stand alone applications (I have))Javascript is used mainly to add functionality to webpages.
    Java is platform indepentant that is to say the same source code can be compiled on a apple or pc and will run. Yes you do need a compiler for the platform you are compiling for but the source code remains the same to be able to compile the code you need the (developers kit For the Platform) also a download from sun a rather large one too.
    The syntax of java (not script) is simular to C+ both are OO lanauges
    If you need more information I reccomend Google

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