In the traditional Java programming language, you can create classes and pass data between objects, which requires that each object be defined individually.
ECMAScript is an International Standard (IS), which means that the specification is copyrighted by the Internet Standards Association.
The ECMAScript specification was first published in 1997, and was re-published in 2005 as the ECMAScript 3.1 specification. The ECMAScript specification consists of a set of standardized language constructs that are designed to be compiled into a machine-readable, finite code format.
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