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The JavaScript FAQ
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JavaScript Interpreter Bookmarklet

Question: Can I have a bookmarklet with the JavaScript interpreter?

Answer: Yes. In fact, some JS programmers find that a JavaScript interpreter bookmarklet is very useful. Not only it allows to execute a line of JavaScript code on-the-fly - it also helps you check the state of any variable in your code while viewing your HTML page. Here it is - the JavaScript interpreter bookmarklet.

  • To get the JavaScript interpreter prompt, click on the above hyperlink.
  • To check the state of a JS variable, enter the variable name.
  • To execute a line of JS code, enter the code.
  • To close the interpreter prompt, click Cancel in the prompt box.
  • To add the JavaScript interpreter to your bookmarks, right-click on the hyperlink and choose Add bookmark or Add to Favorites (depending on your browser).

This bookmarklet has been tested with both NS4 and MSIE4. Copyright © 1999-2006, Alexei Kourbatov

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