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DHTML and JavaScript






Gilorien
cascading style sheets, Java Script style sheets, & Java Scripted layers plus advanced Java Script 1.2 & 1.3
Gilorien
Published 2000 by Prentice Hall PTR in Upper Saddle River, NJ .
Written in English.
Edition Notes

"The accompanying CD-ROM contains all of the working examples from the book and two hyperlinked versions of the book, which include a more extensive HTML Elements Primer, in both HTML and PDF formats, with 100+ bonus code examples"--P. [4] of cover

Includes index

Systems requirements: BBEdit HTML examples are intended to run on the Netscape Navigator/Communicator browser; text editor for viewing or edited source code

Contents
Preface xvi
Regarding HTML Syntax xviii
Regarding Java Script Syntax xviii
Regarding Section Header Capitalization xix
About the CD-ROM xx
Part I Dynamic HTML
C h a p t e r 1 S t y l e S h e e t s 1
Introduction to Style Sheets 4
1.1) Style Sheets Overview 4
1.2) The Golden Rules for Styles 6
1.3) Cascading Style Sheets & Java Script Style Sheets 8
Cascading Style Sheets 8
1.4) CSS Syntax Property Chart 11
1.5) CSS & Java Script Syntax Property Comparison Chart 12
1.6) CSS Layer Properties and Attributes Chart 13
1.7) Java Script Layer Object Properties Chart 14
1.8) Generic { font-family: } Names Chart 14
1.9) Styles Chart for HTML Elements 15
The Element 1 6
1.10) Handling Comments in Styles 18
1.11) Element Style 20
Cascading Style Sheet Properties 2 3
1.12) The { font-size: } Property 23
1.13) The { font-family: } Property 24
1.14) The { font-weight: } Property 25
1.15) The { font-style: } Property 25
1.16) The { line-height: } Property 27
1.17) The { text-decoration: } Property 28
1.18) The { text-transform: } Property 28
1.19) The { text-align: } Property 28
1.20) The { text-indent: } Property 29
1.21) Margins Overview 30
1.22) The { margin: } Property 31
1.23) The { margin-top: } Property 32
1.24) The { margin-right: } Property 32
1.25) The { margin-bottom: } Property 32
1.26) The { margin-left: } Property 32
1.27) Padding Overview 34
1.28) The { padding: } Property 34
1.29) The { padding-top: } Property 35
1.30) The { padding-right: } Property 35
1.31) The { padding-bottom: } Property 35
1.32) The { padding-left: } Property 35
1.33) Color Overview 37
1.34) The { color: } Property 38
1.35) The { background-color: } Property 40
1.36) The { background-image: } Property 42
1.37) Setting Borders Overview 46
1.38) The { border-style: } Property 46
1.39) The { border-color: } Property 48
1.40) Border Widths 52
1.41) The { border-width: } Property 52
1.42) The { border-top-width: } Property 53
1.43) The { border-right-width: } Property 53
1.44) The { border-bottom-width: } Property 53
1.45) The { border-left-width: } Property 53
1.46) The { width: } Property 59
1.47) Horizontal Alignment, Floating, and Clear 62
1.48) The { float: } Property 62
1.49) The { clear: } Property 64
1.50) The { white-space: } Property 66
1.51) The { list-style-type: } Property 68
Using Styles in the Element 7 2
1.52) Element with CLASS of STYLE 72
1.53) Naming your CLASS of STYLE 74
1.54) Defining a CLASS of STYLE without attaching it to an Element 75
1.55) The Keyword all 75
1.56) Attaching the same CLASS to more than one Element 78
1.57) Bordered Link workaround example 81
1.58) Element with ID Definition for CLASS Exceptions 83
1.59) Styles and Tables 85
1.60) Element with CONTEXTUAL SELECTION CRITERIA 93
1.61) Inheritance issues for CONTEXTUAL STYLEs 98
1.62) CONTEXTUAL SELECTION with CLASSes of STYLE and NAMED INDIVIDUAL STYLEs 99
More Style Uses 1 0 4
1.63) The STYLE Attribute 104
1.64) The Element 105
1.65) The Element with STYLE Attribute 106
1.66) The Element with CLASS Attribute 110
1.67) The Element with ID Attribute for CLASS Exceptions 112
1.68) External Style Sheets with the Element 114
1.69) The
  • Element 114
    1.70) Multiple External Style Sheets in one document 121
    1.71) External Style Sheet precedence issues 121
    1.72) Multiple Elements in one document 123
    C h a p t e r 2 L a y e r s & S t y l e s 1 2 7
    Creating Layers with Styles 129
    2.1) Overview 129
    Creating Layers with CSS Syntax 130
    2.2) Creating a LAYER with the STYLE Attribute 130
    2.3) Creating a LAYER with a CLASS of STYLE 131
    2.4) The { position: } Property 132
    2.5) The { left: } Property 132
    2.6) The { top: } Property 133
    2.7) The NAMED LAYER Style ( Creating a LAYER with the ID Attribute ) 135
    2.8) The { width: } Property 136
    2.9) The { height: } Property 137
    2.10) The { clip: } Property 139
    2.11) The bugged version of the { clip: } Property 139
    2.12) The unbugged version of the { clip: } Property 142
    2.13) The { z-index: } Property 146
    2.14) The { visibility: } Property 149
    2.15) The { layer-background-color: } Property 151
    2.16) The { layer-background-image: } Property 152
    2.17) The { include-source: } Property 158
    2.18) CSS Layer Properties and Attributes Chart 161
    Creating Layers with the Element 162
    2.19) The Element 162
    2.20) The Element 173
    2.21) The Element 176
    C h a p t e r 3 L a y e r s & J a v a S c r i p t 1 7 9
    Introducing Java Script Layers 182
    3.1) Overview 182
    3.2) Style Sheet Comments for Java Script Syntax 182
    New Java Script Properties 183
    3.3) New document Object Properties 183
    3.4) The tags Property 183
    3.5) The classes Property 185
    3.6) The ids Property 187
    Java Script Style Sheets 189
    3.7) Java Script Style Sheets 189
    3.8) Using the with() Statement 189
    3.9) The Java Script Keyword all 190
    3.10) The contextual() Method 191
    3.11) Java Script Style Sheet Properties & Examples Chart 194
    3.12) Java Script Style Sheet Properties & All Values Chart 195
    Java Script and Layers 196
    3.13) The JSS position Property 196
    3.14) The HTML Element 196
    3.15) Comment Tag to hide the contents of the Element 197
    3.16) The Java Script Keyword var 198
    3.17) The Java Script Layer Object 199
    3.18) The Java Script layers[i] Array 199
    3.19) The two types of document Objects 200
    Properties of the Layer Object 203
    3.20) Properties of the Layer Object — Chart 203
    3.21) The document Property of the Layer Object 204
    3.22) Invoking Methods on a Layer Object 204
    3.23) The Layer Object name Property 205
    3.24) The Layer Object left Property 205
    3.25) The Layer Object top Property 206
    Methods of the Layer Object 216
    3.26) The Layer Object pageX Property 207
    3.27) The Layer Object pageY Property 207
    3.28) The Layer Object visibility Property 208
    3.29) The Layer Object zIndex Property 209
    3.30) The Layer Object siblingAbove Property 209
    3.31) The Layer Object siblingBelow Property 210
    3.32) The Layer Object above Property 210
    3.33) The Layer Object below Property 210
    3.34) The Layer Object parentLayer Property 211
    3.35) The Layer Object and Clipping Rectangles 211
    3.36) Default Values for the Clipping Properties 212
    3.37) The Layer Object clip.top Property 212
    3.38) The Layer Object clip.left Property 212
    3.39) The Layer Object clip.bottom Property 213
    3.40) The Layer Object clip.right Property 213
    3.41) The Layer Object clip.width Property 213
    3.42) The Layer Object clip.height Property 214
    3.43) The Layer Object bgColor Property 214
    3.44) The Layer Object background Property 215
    3.45) The Layer Object sr c Property 215
    3.46) The moveBy(dx, dy) Method 217
    3.47) The moveTo(x, y) Method 217
    3.48) The moveToAbsolute(x, y) Method 218
    3.49) The resizeBy(dwidth, dheight) Method 218
    3.50) The resizeTo(width, height) Method 219
    3.51) The moveAbove(layerName) Method 220
    3.52) The moveBelow(layerName) Method 221
    3.53) The load("sourceURL", newPixelWidth) Method 221
    Using Java Script with Layers 230
    3.54) The Java Script write() Method 230
    3.55) Using the write() & close() Methods 230
    3.56) Using the moveAbove() Method 232
    3.57) Show & Hide Layers & writing Layer content 236
    3.58) The new Operator for creating new Layers in real-time 240
    3.59) Dynamically create new Layers with tags Property Style 241
    3.60) Localized Java Script s within a Layer 246
    3.61) Animating a Clipping Rectangle to reveal an Image 250
    3.62) The Java Script setTimeout() Method 250
    3.63) The Java Script clearTimeout() Method 250
    3.64) Animating Clipping Rectangles and popping Images 251
    3.65) Some Java Script Tips 264
    3.66) Animating control Layers and Images offscreen and onscreen 264
    3.67) The Java Script setInterval() Method 284
    3.68) The Java Script clearInterval() Method 284
    3.69) Three examples to cycle through Background Colors repeatedly 285
    3.70) A Tic Tac Toe game example 296
    3.71) The Java Script Date Object 307
    3.72) Creating Date Objects with the four Date Constructors 308
    3.73) Creating a Time Counter and Displaying the Current Time 308
    3.74) Creating a Time Counter and Displaying the Current Time in a Frameset 310
    3.75) The Java Script Conditional Operator ? : 316
    3.76) The Java Script Math Object 321
    3.77) Math Object Property Summaries 322
    3.78) Math Object Method Summaries 322
    3.79) Randomly load different Background Images into a Layer 323
    3.80) Using Math Methods in a quasi-calculator 325
    3.81) Math Methods of Math.max(x,y), Math.min(x,y) and Math.pow(x,y) 334
    3.82) The Java Script toString() Method 336
    3.83) The Java Script parseFloat() Function 337
    3.84) The Java Script parseInt() Function 337
    3.85) The Java Script isNaN() Function 338
    3.86) The Java Script charAt() Method 338
    3.87) The Java Script split() Method 338
    3.88) The Java Script slice() Method 339
    3.89) The length Property of String Object 339
    3.90) A really cool color conversion calculator 340
    3.91) A compilation example with border animation and music 351


    Part II Java Script 1.2
    C h a p t e r 4 O b j e c t s & F u n c t i o n s 3 6 3
    Java Script Objects 366
    4.1) The Java Script Object Hierarchy 366
    4.2) Using Java Script Objects 367
    4.3) Object Properties and Methods 367
    Java Script Functions 371
    4.4) Defining a Function with the Function Statement 371
    4.5) Calling a Function by Attribute Assignment 372
    4.6) Calling a Function by Name 373
    4.7) Calling a Function from within a Function 375
    4.8) Calling a Function by Property Assignment 376
    4.9) The Java Script Core Function Object 378
    4.10) The arguments[i] Array Property of a Function 380
    4.11) Nesting a Function within a Function 384
    Summaries Charts 386
    4.12) Predefined Java Script Objects 386
    4.13) Predefined JavaS cript Arrays as Object Properties 387
    4.14) Predefined Java Script Core Objects 388
    4.15) Predefined Java Script Core Functions 388
    The Java Script Core Object 389
    4.16) The Java Script Core Object Overview 389
    4.17) Creating Objects with its Constructor Function 390
    4.18) Creating Methods for an Object 392
    4.19) An Object as a Property in an Object Definition 396
    4.20) The prototype Property to add a Method to an Object Type 399
    4.21) Add a Property to an Object Instance after it is defined 402
    4.22) The prototype Property to add a Property to an Object Type 402
    4.23) Indexing Properties of an Object 404
    4.24) Creating Objects with Literal Notation 407
    4.25) Deleting an Object 411
    4.26) The watch() Method of the Core Object 411
    4.27) The unwatch() Method of the Core Object 415
    Predefined Java Script Objects 416
    4.28) The Java Script window Object 416
    4.29) The open() Method of the window Object 422
    4.30) The close() Method of the window Object 427
    4.31) The scrollBy() Method of the window Object 430
    4.32) The Java Script document Object 432
    4.33) The cookie Property of the document Object 436
    4.34) The Java Script screen Object 445
    4.35) The Java Script Location Object 447
    4.36) The Java Script History Object 452
    4.37) The Java Script navigator Object 456
    4.38) Creating Frames on the fly 457
    4.39) The Java Script Number Core Object 460
    4.40) The Java Script select Object 462
    4.41) The Java Script options[i] Array 464
    4.42) The Java Script option Object 465
    New JavaScript Core Functions 467
    4.43) The Java Script Number Core Function 467
    4.44) The Java Script String Core Function 468
    C h a p t e r 5 S t a t e m e n t s & O p e r a t o r s 4 7 1
    Java Script Statements 473
    5.1) What are Java Script Statements 473
    5.2) Categories of Statements 473
    5.3) Chart of all Java Script Statements 474
    Conditional Statements 475
    5.4) The Java Script if () Statement 475
    5.5) The Java Script if ()...else Statement 477
    5.6) Nested if () Statement 478
    5.7) Nested if ()...else Statement 479
    5.8) The ( ) ? : Conditional Operator Statement 480
    5.9) The switch( ) Statement 481
    Loop Statements 484
    5.10) The for( ) Statement 484
    5.11) The while( ) Statement 486
    5.12) The do while( ) Statement 488
    5.13) The labeled : Statement 490
    5.14) The break Statement 491
    5.15) The continue Statement 494
    Object Manipulation Statements 498
    5.16) The for...in Statement 498
    5.17) The with( ) Statement 500
    5.18) The with( ) Statement in a Element 502
    5.19) The var Statement 503
    5.20) The function Statement 505
    5.21) The return Statement 506
    5.22) The export Statement 506
    5.23) The imprt Statement 507
    5.24) The delete Statement 508
    Comment Statements 508
    5.25) Single & multiple-line Comment Statements 508
    Java Script Operators 509
    5.26) What are Java Script Operators? 509
    5.27) Categories of Operators 510
    5.28) Special Operators 510
    5.29) The Keyword new Operator 510
    5.30) The Keyword this Operator 510
    5.31) The Keyword typeof Operator 512
    5.32) The Keyword void Operator 514
    5.33) The ( , ) comma Operator 514
    5.34) Comparison Operators 515
    5.35) Arithmetic Operators 515
    5.36) String Operators 516
    5.37) Logical Operators 516
    5.38) Assignment Operators 517
    5.39) Bitwise Operators 517
    Java Script Expressions 518
    C h a p t e r 6 J a v a S c r i p t E v e n t s 5 2 1
    Event Objects & Handlers 524
    6.1) The Java Script Event Model 524
    6.2) Java Script Event Objects and Event Handlers 525
    6.3) Event Properties Summaries Chart 526
    6.4) Modifiers Keys and ASCII Values Chart 527
    6.5) The Structure of an Event Object 527
    6.6) Specifying an Event by name with dot notation 528
    6.7) Available Event Properties for each Event Object 529
    6.8) Defining Event Handlers 530
    6.9) Defining Event Handlers by Property Assignment 530
    6.10) Testing for Modifiers Keys in Conditionals 530
    6.11) Defining Event Handlers by Attribute Assignment 532
    6.12) The Java Script event Keyword 532
    6.13) Testing for Multiple Modifiers Keys in Conditionals 534
    6.14) Testing for Modifiers Keys pressed during Mouse Events 535
    6.15) The load() Method of the Layer Object with Key Events 536
    6.16) The fromCharCode() Method of the String Object with Key Events 538
    6.17) Using Modifiers Keys with Regular Keys to Trigger Events 540
    6.18) Determining the ASCII Value of a Pressed Key 541
    Capturing & Releasing Events 543
    6.19) The Java Script captureEvents() Method 543
    6.20) Capturing Events in Nested Layers 543
    6.21) The Java Script releaseEvents() Method 544
    6.22) Using the type Property and captureEvents() Method on a Layer 544
    6.23) Dragging an Image with the Mouse 547
    6.24) The name Property of the target Property of the Event Object 549
    6.25) Capturing Events for the window Object to Drag an Image 553
    6.26) Using Localized Scripts to Drag an Image 556
    6.26.1) The Chess Game Example 556
    6.27) Capturing and using KEYPRESS and KEYUP Events 580
    6.27.1) Tic Tac Toe played from the Keyboard 580
    6.28) Using the Java Script switch() Statement & KEYDOWN, KEYPRESS, and KEYUP Events 586
    6.29) Moving Layers with the switch() Statement 588
    6.30) Animating Layers and Images 590
    6.31) Animating Layers automatically and by clicking on an Image 591
    6.32) Animating Layers with the e.target.name Property 595
    6.33) Animating Layers in a Frameset environment 604
    6.34) Controlling an External Frame document with Java Script 609
    6.35) The Java Script linkColor, alinkColor and vlinkColor Properties 610
    6.36) Using Key Events to hide and show Layers 610
    Scrolling, Resizing, & Moving Windows with Key Events 622
    6.37) The Java Script scrollBy() Method 622
    6.38) The Java Script scrollTo() Method 622
    6.39) Controlling your Window with a variety of Methods 623
    6.40) ASCII Values for the which Property of the Event Object 628
    6.41) Using Key Events to open a new Window 648
    6.42) Creating user-customizable Documents 650
    6.43) Drag on a Layer to Resize it 661
    Routing & Handling Events 663
    6.44) The Java Script routeEvent(e) Function 663
    6.45) Using the Java Script routeEvent(e) Function 663
    6.46) The Java Script handleEvent(e) Method 668
    6.47) Using the Java Script handleEvent(e) Method 669
    6.48) Handling and Routing Events in Nested and Unnested Layers 673
    C h a p t e r 7 J a v a S c r i p t A r r a y s 6 7 9
    J a v a S c r i p t A r r a y O b j e c t s 6 8 1
    7.1) The Java Script Array Object 681
    7.2) Create an Array with the Array Object Constructor 681
    7.3) Create a dense Array 683
    7.4) Create an Array with Literal notation 685
    7.5) Creating Two-Dimensional Arrays 687
    7.6) Creating Three-Dimensional Arrays 690
    7.7) Array Property Summaries 693
    7.8) Array Method Summaries 693
    7.9) An Overview Example that uses all of the Array Methods 694
    A r r a y O b j e c t M e t h o d s 6 9 6
    7.10) The concat() Method of the Array Object 696
    7.11) The join() Method of the Array Object 703
    7.12) The pop() Method of the Array Object 705
    7.13) The push() Method of the Array Object 707
    7.14) The shift() Method of the Array Object 709
    7.15) The unshift() Method of the Array Object 711
    7.16) The slice() Method of the Array Object 713
    7.17) The splice() Method of the Array Object 716
    7.18) The toString() Method of the Array Object 719
    7.19) The toString() Method of the Array Element 719
    7.20) The reverse() Method 722
    7.21) The sort() Method 722
    7.22) The compareFunction Function 723
    Working with returned Arrays 729
    7.23) Working with returned Arrays and Regular Expressions 729
    7.24) The returned Array from the match() Method of String Objects 729
    7.25) The returned Array from the match() Method with the "g" Flag 731
    7.26) The returned Array from the exec() Method of RegExp Objects 733
    7.27) The index Property of the Array Object 735
    7.28) The returned Array from the split() Method of String Objects 736
    7.29) The input Property of the Array Object 739
    7.30) Using Arrays to fill Element Data Dynamically 740
    7.31) Chart of Sample Files that use Arrays 745
    C h a p t e r 8 J a v a S c r i p t S t r i n g s 7 4 7
    Java Script String Objects 749
    8.1) The Java Script String Object 749
    8.2) String Object Property Summaries 750
    8.3) String Object Method Summaries 750
    8.4) Using the String Object Constructor Function 752
    8.5) Create a String Object with Literal notation 752
    8.6) Java Script Special Characters in Strings 753
    8.7) String Object Character Array 754
    Manipulative String Object Methods 755
    8.8) The concat() Method of String Object 755
    8.9) The charAt() Method of String Object 759
    8.10) The charCodeAt() Method of String Object 761
    8.11) The fromCharCode() Static Method of String Object 763
    8.12) The indexOf() Method of String Object 766
    8.13) The lastIndexOf() Method of String Object 769
    String Object Methods used with Regular Expressions 770
    8.14) The search() Method of String Object 771
    8.15) The match() Method of String Object 774
    8.16) The replace() Method of String Object 778
    8.17) The split() Method of String Object 782
    More String Object Methods 788
    8.18) The slice() Method of String Object 788
    8.19) The substring() Method of String Object 790
    8.20) The substr() Method of String Object 792
    Creating Anchors & Links 794
    8.21) The anchor() Method of String Object 794
    8.22) The link() Method of String Object 795
    Decorative Methods of String Object 797
    8.23) Overview 797
    8.24) The toLowerCase() Method of String Object 797
    8.25) The toUpperCase() Method of String Object 798
    8.26) The fontcolor() Method of String Object 798
    8.27) The fontsize() Method of String Object 798
    C h a p t e r 9 J a v a S c r i p t R e g E x p s 8 0 1
    J a v a S c r i p t R e g E x p O b j e c t s 8 0 3
    9.1) Regular Expression Objects Overview 803
    P r e d e f i n e d R e g E x p O b j e c t 8 0 4
    9.2) The Predefined RegExp Core Object 804
    9.3) The input Property of the Predefined RegExp Core Object 805
    9.4) The multiline Property of the Predefined RegExp Core Object 806
    9.5) Property Summaries of the Predefined RegExp Core Object 807
    I n d i v i d u a l R e g E x p O b j e c t s 8 0 8
    9.6) RegExp Objects created with Literal notation 808
    9.7) RegExp Objects created with its Constructor Function 809
    9.8) Patterns in Regular Expressions 810
    9.9) Literal Characters in Patterns in Regular Expressions 810
    9.10) Special Characters in Patterns in Regular Expressions 811
    9.11) Parentheses in Patterns in Regular Expressions 812
    9.11.1) Parenthesized SubStrings 812
    9.12) Exploring Regular Expressions 813
    9.13) Chart of all Special Characters for Regular Expressions 814
    9.14) Method Summary of Individual RegExp Objects 819
    9.15) Summary of String Methods used with Individual RegExp Objects 819
    9.16) Property Summary of Individual RegExp Objects 820
    9.17) The test() Method of Individual RegExp Objects 821
    9.17.1) When to test() or exec() 821
    9.18) The exec() Method of Individual RegExp Objects 825
    9.19) The compile() Method of Individual RegExp Objects 830
    9.20) The lastIndex Property of Individual RegExp Objects 832
    9.21) Example to verify phone number using Regular Expressions 838
    9.22) exec() & match() Method differences 840
    9.23) Example to verify name & address using Regular Expressions 843
    9.24) A full Regular Expression example 845
    9.25) Creating a Search Engine example 847
    Part III Java Script 1.3
    C h a p t e r 1 0 W h a t ' s N e w & C h a n g e d 8 5 3
    What's New in Java Script 1.3 & Changed in Java Script 1.2 855
    10.1) Overview of Features 855
    10.2) Java Script 1.3 and ECMA-262 Compliance 855
    10.3) Java Script 1.3 and Unicode 856
    10.3.1) Unicode Character Escape Sequences 857
    Changes to Objects 858
    10.4) Changes to the Array Object 858
    10.5) Changes to the Array Constructor 858
    10.6) Change to the length Property of Array Object 859
    10.7) New toSource() Method of Array Object 859
    10.8) Change to the toString() Method of Array Object 860
    10.9) Change to the push() Method of Array Object 861
    10.10) Change to the splice() Method of Array Object 861
    10.11) Changes to the Date Object 862
    10.12) Changes to the Date Constructor 862
    10.13) New Methods for the Date Object 863
    10.14) Changes to preexisting Methods of the Date Object 875
    10.15) Changes to the Function Object 880
    10.16) The apply() Method of the Function Object 880
    10.17) The call() Method of the Function Object 886
    10.18) Changes to the String Object 888
    New Method 892
    10.19) The toSource() Method for several Objects 892
    New Top-Level Properties 894
    10.20) Infinity Property 894
    10.21) NaN Property 894
    10.22) undefined Property 895
    New Top-Level Function 895
    10.23) isFinite() Function 895
    Changes to Top-Level Functions 896
    10.24) eval() Function 896
    New Operators 896
    10.25) The === Operator 896
    10.26) The !== Operator 897
    Changes to Operators 897
    10.27) The == Operator 897
    10.28) The != Operator 897
    Changes to Conditional Test Behaviors 898
    10.29) http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif Assignment Behaviors 898
    10.30) null and undefined Values for Objects 898
    Using the Java Script Console to debug your code 898
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