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javascript in HTML ... not running on some browsers

Hello,

i have some java script with in html. It runs fine on IE 6.0 but
doesnt run on some browsers like IE 5.0.

Can someone tell me whats the problem ? And how can i solve it.

here is the url

http://godot.urol.uic.edu/output.html

thank you in advance.

Gaurav
Jul 20 '05 #1
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In article <42************************@posting.google.com>,
ba********@hotmail.com (Gaurav) wrote:
Hello,

i have some java script with in html. It runs fine on IE 6.0 but
doesnt run on some browsers like IE 5.0.

Can someone tell me whats the problem ? And how can i solve it.

here is the url

http://godot.urol.uic.edu/output.html

thank you in advance.

Gaurav


first thing i see is your use of Array.push(), which (according to my
docs) was only supported ny NS4, but is now supported by IE6, so...

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Michael Budash
Jul 20 '05 #2
> Can someone tell me whats the problem ? And how can i solve it.

By posting your question in a Javascript or HTML related newsgroup.

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"A pat on the back is only a few inches from a kick in the butt." - Dilbert.
Jul 20 '05 #3
Michael Budash <mb*****@sonic.net> wrote in message news:<mb***************************@typhoon.sonic. net>...
In article <42************************@posting.google.com>,
ba********@hotmail.com (Gaurav) wrote:
Hello,

i have some java script with in html. It runs fine on IE 6.0 but
doesnt run on some browsers like IE 5.0.

Can someone tell me whats the problem ? And how can i solve it.

here is the url

http://godot.urol.uic.edu/output.html

thank you in advance.

Gaurav


first thing i see is your use of Array.push(), which (according to my
docs) was only supported ny NS4, but is now supported by IE6, so...

whats NS4 ?
So i just need to bypass Array.push() ?

I have just checked that the scripts doesnt run on Netscape 6.0 or 7.1
Is it the same problem ?

thanx
Jul 20 '05 #4
In article <bl**********@newsreader.mailgate.org>,
ka*************@epatra.com says...
Can someone tell me whats the problem ? And how can i solve it.


By posting your question in a Javascript or HTML related newsgroup.


He did. Then he picked some other groups at random as his client-side
problem is obviously Perl related.

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http://hyweljenkins.co.uk/mfaq.php
Jul 20 '05 #5
Hywel Jenkins <hy**********@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<MP************************@news.individual.n et>...
In article <bl**********@newsreader.mailgate.org>,
ka*************@epatra.com says...
Can someone tell me whats the problem ? And how can i solve it.


By posting your question in a Javascript or HTML related newsgroup.


He did. Then he picked some other groups at random as his client-side
problem is obviously Perl related.


didnt do at random. i posted them on html, perl and java script groups
as i my program has all three components.
Jul 20 '05 #6
In article <42*************************@posting.google.com> , bansal2425
@hotmail.com says...
Hywel Jenkins <hy**********@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<MP************************@news.individual.n et>...
In article <bl**********@newsreader.mailgate.org>,
ka*************@epatra.com says...
> Can someone tell me whats the problem ? And how can i solve it.

By posting your question in a Javascript or HTML related newsgroup.


He did. Then he picked some other groups at random as his client-side
problem is obviously Perl related.


didnt do at random. i posted them on html, perl and java script groups
as i my program has all three components.


How did you figure that your JavaScript problem is related to either
Perl or HTML, then?

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Hywel I do not eat quiche
http://hyweljenkins.co.uk/
http://hyweljenkins.co.uk/mfaq.php
Jul 20 '05 #7

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