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    Question MSDN JS-syntax conventions

    What does the "(v)" stand for, in the following property syntax (I can only guess... "value")?

    screen.updateInterval(v) [ = iInterval ]


    One other thing...

    iInterval

    The property is read/write. The property has no default value.

    A value of 0 (the default) disables the update interval.

    Does zero usually mean "no", or is that something of a contradiction?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Hmm, (v) probably means "(get)", as opposed to the optional "[= set]".

    Yet another oddity:

    They've got some listings with a "new" image next to them (as in 'check this out dude'), and then a message like: "not currently implemented".

    What's that about? How can something be both new and not implemented (must be a 'legal disclosure' thing)?
    Last edited by enumerator; 05-27-2005 at 05:45 PM. Reason: anyway...
    Thanks in advance!


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