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In these kinds of situations, we can use an element’s innerHTML property to write the data to the page. close(); You can format the output however you like, and use it to structure data in any way that makes it easier for you to find the error. title = '0 = ' + data; This final approach is most useful when tracking data that changes continually or rapidly, such as a value being processed by a setInterval function (an asynchronous timer we’ll meet properly in Chapter 14). Using an External Debugger I can recommend two debuggers: 9 ❑ Venkman for Mozilla and Firefox 10 ❑ Microsoft Script Debugger for Windows Internet Explorer External debuggers are a far more detailed way to analyze your scripts, and have much greater capabilities than their in-browser counterparts.
In fact, some of these programs actually cause problems: they often reformat code in such a way as to make it slower, less efficient, or just plain broken. My advice? Stay away from them like the plague. But still, the desire to hide code remains. There is something that you can do to obfuscate, if not outright encrypt, the code that your users can see. Solution Code that has been stripped of all comments and unnecessary whitespace is very difficult to read, and as you might expect, extracting individual bits of functionality from such code is extremely difficult.
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