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1.2 Variable and Type
2. Operational Operator
2.1 Arithmetic Operator
2.2 Assignment Operator
2.3 Relational Operator
2.4 Logic Operator
3. Control Statement
3.1 If Conditional Statement
3.2 Switch Statement
3.3 While Loop Statement
3.4 For Loop Statement
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4.2 Two-Dimensional Array
8.1 Get Element
8.2 Select All Check Box
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8.4 MouseOver Thumbnail to Larger
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8.10 Add Contact Example
8.11 CSS Style Font
8.12 CSS Change Class Selector
8.13 CSS Overflow Expand and Close
8.14 CSS Frient List
8.15 CSS Floating Highlighting
8.16 List Box Added
8.17 Secondary Linkage Drop-down
8.18 Registration Page
8.19 Table Create Rows Columns
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