C.6.1. Anchor Object
The Anchor object corresponds to the XHTML anchor tag (<a>). You can use this object to create an anchor with the document.write() method in addition to writing specific code for the anchor. The following examples are identical:
var myheader = "Chapter 1"; document.write(myheader.anchor("Chapter_1")); document.write('<a name="Chapter_1">Chapter 1</a>');
There are no properties specific to the Anchor object.
There are no methods specific to the Anchor object.
C.6.2. Area Object
An Area object is a type of Link object and has the same attributes. This object corresponds to the XHTML <area> tag. For more information on the Area object, see the Link object.
There are no properties specific to the Area object.
There are no methods specific to the Area object.
C.6.3. Array Object
fruits = new Array("banana", "pear", "apple", "strawberry");
Elements of an array can be accessed by their numeric index, corresponding to their position in the array, starting with 0. For example, you could access the second element in the preceding array ("pear") as fruit.
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