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	One last time. There is different versions of Netscape, Netscape 2 and
various versions, N3 and its various versions, 4, etc. Same with
Internet Explorer. There is javascript 1, 2, etc. Microsoft decided it
wanted its own version of javascript which is ms-script or something
close. Java has java 1, 1.1, 1.2. Then there is the various versions of
HTML. Most websites are done in HTML 3.2 for now but alot are starting
to use HTML 4. There is also DHTML, XML, DOM, SHTML, etc. Some of these
things work in some browsers and not in others. The only thing that
would work for everyone is text files.
	It is enough to make you crazy.

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