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Can Windows Mobile process all Javacscript?

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I would like to use heavy AJAX for use on IE in a Windows Mobile PDA. Does the IE in the PDA restrictive on what it can process? I plan to specifically implement www.prototypejs.org type of Javascript so it can get pretty complicated but wanted to make sure that the PDA can handle those things?
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It does not support 100% of all JS there are limitations. They are not documented.

For example

http://johannburkard.de/blog/www/mobile/iemobile-6-8-javascript-oddities-on-windows-mobile.html
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