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JavaScript Programming Tutorial – Last Words

JavaScript Programming Tutorial - Last Words

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You’ve successfully completed the JavaScript tutorial. By now you would have fallen in love with JavaScript; it’s a beautiful language isn’t it?
In any case, there is still many things that I didn’t touch in this tutorial. So are you prepared for the “Advanced JavaScript Tutorial”?
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  • Manish on March 5th, 2016 1:26 pm

    Test comment, You’ve successfully completed the JavaScript tutorial. By now you would have fallen in love with JavaScript; it’s a beautiful language isn’t it

  • Manish on March 5th, 2016 1:26 pm

    Here is another one.. prepared for the “Advanced JavaScript Tutorial”?
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