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What's relationship between JavaScript and ECMAScript?

Posted By :Gowthammanju     Posted Date :July 31, 2011    Points :40   Category :JavaScript/VBScript 
ECMAScript is yet another name for JavaScript (other names include LiveScript). The current JavaScript that you see supported in browsers is ECMAScript revision 3.

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