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- (hyphen), indicating range of characters in character class: 10.1.2. Character Classes
- (minus sign)
-- (decrement) operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators
6.1. Expression Statements
loop variables, decrementing: 6.8. for
positioning in code: 2.4. Optional Semicolons
-= (assignment) operator: 5.9.1. Assignment with Operation
-Infinity: 3.1.5. Special Numeric Values
subtraction operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators
unary negation operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators
' (apostrophe), escaping in single-quoted strings: 3.2.1. String Literals
* (asterisk)
*= (assignment) operator: 5.9.1. Assignment with Operation
multiplication operator: 5.2.3. Operator Precedence
5.3. Arithmetic Operators
5.3. Arithmetic Operators
quantifier, in regular expressions: 10.1.3. Repetition
\ (backslash)
escape sequences in string literals: 3.2.1. String Literals
escape sequences, string literals and regular expressions: 10.3. The RegExp Object
literal characters in regular expressions: 10.1.1. Literal Characters
\n in regular expressions: 10.1.4. Alternation, Grouping, and References
64-bit floating-point format (numbers): 3.1. Numbers
32-bit integers: 3.1.1. Integer Literals
5.8. Bitwise Operators
[] (brackets)
accessing array elements: 3.6. Arrays
5.10.7. Array and Object Access Operators
9.1.2. Reading and Writing Array Elements
in arrays of arrays: 9.1.5. Multidimensional Arrays
accessing object properties: 3.5. Objects
6.9. for/in
8.6. Objects as Associative Arrays
regular expression character classes: 10.1.2. Character Classes
^ (caret)
beginning of line or string, matching: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position
negating character class elements: 10.1.2. Character Classes
XOR (exclusive or) operator: 5.8. Bitwise Operators
: (colon), in labels: 6.10. Labels
, (comma) operator: 5.10.6. The Comma Operator (,)
6.2. Compound Statements
combining multiple expressions in loops: 6.8. for
{} (curly braces)
delimiting statement blocks: 6.2. Compound Statements
6.14. function
in object literals: 3.5.2. Object Literals
in regular expressions: 10.1.3. Repetition
$ (dollar sign)
anchor character (regular expressions): 10.1. Defining Regular Expressions
in identifiers: 2.7. Identifiers
pattern matching, end of line or string: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position
10.1.5. Specifying Match Position
regular expession string matches: 23. Core JavaScript Reference
. (dot)
. operator: 3.5. Objects
5.10.7. Array and Object Access Operators
8.1.2. Setting and Querying Properties
8.6. Objects as Associative Arrays
regular expression character classes: 10.1.2. Character Classes
= (equal sign)
= (assignment) operator: 5.9. Assignment Operators
precedence of: 5.2.3. Operator Precedence
== (equality) operator: 5.4.1. Equality (==) and Identity (===)
Netscape 4, JavaScript 1.2 implementation: 5.4.1.1. Equality and inequality in Netscape
11.6. Netscape's JavaScript 1.2 Incompatibilities
null and undefined value, comparing: 3.8. undefined
rules for determining equality: 5.4.1. Equality (==) and Identity (===)
strings, comparing: 5.6. String Operators
=== (identity) operator: 5.4.1. Equality (==) and Identity (===)
case expressions, testing for identity: 6.5. switch
distinguishing null and undefined values: 3.8. undefined
Netscape 4, JavaScript 1.2 implementation: 11.6. Netscape's JavaScript 1.2 Incompatibilities
rules for determining identical values: 5.4.1. Equality (==) and Identity (===)
! (exclamation point)
!= (inequality) operator: 5.4.2. Inequality (!=) and Non-Identity (!==)
Netscape 4, JavaScript 1.2 implementation: 11.6. Netscape's JavaScript 1.2 Incompatibilities
strings, comparing: 5.6. String Operators
!== (non-identity) operator: 5.4.2. Inequality (!=) and Non-Identity (!==)
Netscape 4, JavaScript 1.2 implementation: 11.6. Netscape's JavaScript 1.2 Incompatibilities
! (NOT) operator: 5.4.2. Inequality (!=) and Non-Identity (!==)
logical NOT operator: 5.7.3. Logical NOT (!)
/ (forward slash)
/* and */, in comments: 2.5. Comments
/ (division) operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators
//, in comments: 1.8. Example: Computing Loan Payments with JavaScript
2.5. Comments
20.3.1. Hiding Scripts from Old Browsers
in regular expressions: 3.10. Regular Expressions
10.1. Defining Regular Expressions
% (modulo) operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators
18.3.4. DHTML Animations
( ) (parentheses)
function call operator: 5.10.8. The Function Call Operator
5.10.8. The Function Call Operator
6.14. function
in functions: 3.4. Functions
functions as event handler properties: 19.1.3. Event Handlers as Properties
in if statements: 6.3. if
invoking functions: 3.5. Objects
7.1. Defining and Invoking Functions
operator evaluation order, specifying: 5.2.3. Operator Precedence
in regular expressions: 10.1.4. Alternation, Grouping, and References
10.1.4. Alternation, Grouping, and References
+ (plus sign)
+= (assignment) operator: 5.9.1. Assignment with Operation
appending text to innerHTML property: 17.2.4. Adding Content to a Document
++ (increment) operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators
5.3. Arithmetic Operators
6.1. Expression Statements
loop variables, incrementing: 6.8. for
positioning in code: 2.4. Optional Semicolons
+ (unary plus) operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators
addition operator: 5.2.3. Operator Precedence
5.3. Arithmetic Operators
converting objects in string or numeric context: 11.1.1. Object-to-Primitive Conversion
operands, data types of: 5.2.2. Type of Operands
quantifier, in regular expressions: 10.1.3. Repetition
string concatenation operator: 3.2.3. Working with Strings
3.12. Primitive Data Type Wrapper Objects
5.3. Arithmetic Operators
5.3. Arithmetic Operators
5.6. String Operators
5.6. String Operators
5.6. String Operators
? (question mark)
?: (conditional) operator: 5.10.1. The Conditional Operator (?:)
embedding arguments in URLs: 13.9. The Location Object
in regular expressions: 10.1.3. Repetition
quantifier, in regular expressions: 10.1.3. Repetition
regex extensions
?=: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position
@ ("at-rules"), CSS style sheets: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets
' (quotes, single) in strings: 3.2.1. String Literals
; (semicolon)
automatic insertion in JavaScript: 6.11. break
do loop, terminating with: 6.7. do/while
empty statements: 6.19. The Empty Statement
JavaScript and CSS: 18.3.2. Working with Style Properties
omitting between JavaScript statements: 2.4. Optional Semicolons
separating statements with: 1.10. Exploring JavaScript
2.4. Optional Semicolons
6. Statements
~ (tilde), bitwise NOT operator: 5.8. Bitwise Operators
17.5.1.2. Filtering
_ (underscore), in identifiers: 2.7. Identifiers
| (vertical bar)
| (bitwise OR) operator: 5.8. Bitwise Operators
|| (logical OR) operator: 5.7.2. Logical OR (||)
alternation in regular expressions: 10.1.4. Alternation, Grouping, and References
10.1.4. Alternation, Grouping, and References
(bitwise OR) operator: 17.5.1.2. Filtering
& (ampersand)
&= (assignment) operator: 5.9.1. Assignment with Operation
& (bitwise AND) operator: 5.8. Bitwise Operators
&& (logical AND operator): 5.7.1. Logical AND (&&)
\b
backspace character, in regular expression character classes: 10.1.2. Character Classes
word boundary assertion: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position
\B (non-word boundary) metacharacter: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position
> (greater than) operator: 5.5.1. Comparison Operators
object data type conversion: 11.1.1. Object-to-Primitive Conversion
strings, comparing: 5.6. String Operators
>= (greater than or equal) operator: 5.5.1. Comparison Operators
object data type conversion: 11.1.1. Object-to-Primitive Conversion
strings, comparing: 5.6. String Operators
>> (shift right with sign) operator: 5.8. Bitwise Operators
5.8. Bitwise Operators
>>> (shift right zero fill) operator: 5.8. Bitwise Operators
5.8. Bitwise Operators
.js files: 12.2.2. Including JavaScript Files
< (less than) operator: 5.5.1. Comparison Operators
object data type conversion: 11.1.1. Object-to-Primitive Conversion
strings, comparing: 5.6. String Operators
<= (less than or equal) operator: 5.5.1. Comparison Operators
object data type conversion: 11.1.1. Object-to-Primitive Conversion
strings, comparing: 5.6. String Operators
<< (shift left) operator: 5.8. Bitwise Operators
\n (newline): 3.2.1. String Literals
" (quotes, double) in strings: 3.2.1. String Literals
\S (non-Unicode whitespace characters): 10.1.2. Character Classes
\s (space) metacharacter: 10.1.2. Character Classes
\w (ASCII word character): 10.1.2. Character Classes
\W (non-ASCII word character): 10.1.2. Character Classes
\W (non-word) metacharacter: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position
\w (word) metacharacter: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position


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