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calculate image and download size
Hi, , , I was wondering if someone could provide some tips on how to write a java script code that would do the following: , - input an image number, resolution and size and calculates the amount of space the images will occupy on disk, when downloaded and the speed of download at different bit rates. , , , Confused
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Mike Prestwood
1. JavaScript Event Handler

The JavaScript event handler contains events centered around the Document Object Model (DOM). Common events include onMouseOver and onMouseOut, onFocus and onBlur, onClick and onDblClick, onChange and onSelect, onLoad and onUnload.

For example, onMouseOver and onMouseOut are frequently used with websites to change an image when your mouse moves over it. The onClick event is used to trigger code upon a mouse click.

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2. JavaScript Report Tools Overview

No built-in report writer but because JavaScript most frequently targets website development (a document interfaced GUI), a common solution is to simply output an HTML formatted page with black text and a white background (not much control but it does work for some situations).

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3. JavaScript Logical Operators

JavaScript logical operators:

and, && and, as in this and that
or, || or, as in this or that
!, Not Not, as in Not This

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4. JavaScript If Statement (if..else if..else)

Same as C/C++ but, as usual, the semicolons are optional.

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