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I am writing a page that will be viewed in both IE3 and NSCP3 that uses script.  The script changes links in a frame on the page thru the links[] array.  This works fine in Netscape but throws an error in Internet Explorer 3.  Is the links[] array in IE3 read only?
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The links[] array is read-only in IE3

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