On Thursday 02 January 2003 04:37 am, Daniel P. Zepeda wrote:
> Actually, Javascript is a pretty cool language. It has many OO features
> that would make it nice to use in some projects, although they are  not
> that useful for your typical run-in-a-browser script. The problem is not
> the language, it is DOM, which is actually separate from the language and
> all those bloody different implementations in different browsers that
> don't work the same. All that cross-browser tag you have to play when
> writing javascript apps make it really, really painful. I feel you, I hate
> writing anything in Javascript. Just wanted to note where the problem
> actually lies.

true true. javascript still pales to ruby, but, yes, the DOM is really the 
heart of the bad matter.