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June 27, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:12pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Turns out ECMA – formerly the European Computer Manufacturers Association – couldn’t find a better name for its enhanced JavaScript specification than the ECMAscript place-holder it had been using; unless of course you prefer ECMA-262. At a meeting in Manchester, England, ECMA officially adopted ECMAscript as a standard, which it hopes vendors’ will be support in their in various Java scripting language implementations. Sun, Borland, Microsoft, Netscape and other worked on the spec, which is based upon Sun’s JavaScript. ECMA’s supposed to take ECMA-262 forward for adoption by the International Standards Organization.

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