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The many lives of JavaScript variables


psychoaliendog
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So, I've been working on the concept of JavaScript allowing "non-traditional" variable names. I wrote about it in my blog yesterday, and I was wondering if you guys/gals could help me compile a list of browsers that support it. So far I've tried it in Opera and Firefox, which neither fully support them. The test script is here. If you could, post the last three lines along with the Browser, Version, and OS.

Also, (so this isn't just big fat plug for my blog) what could be done with non-traditional variables? Well, besides making the ugliest code ever. :P

EDIT:

I should probably warn you that the script takes a long time to execute. It tests almost 14,000 characters.

UPDATE:

I got my VM up and running again, so I've tested Firefox, Opera, Chrome and IE under windows.

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