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using the javascript: URL pseudoprotocol in Internet Explorer 6.0

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I'm just now reading about JavaScript and read about using the javascript: URL pseudoprotocol to debug javascript.

How do I do this in Internet Explorer 6.0?

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newbieweb
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I just separate each statement with semicolons. I just typed this in the address bar:
javascript:alert("Hello");var x =3; alert(x + 5);function greeting(str){alert(str);}; greeting("How are you?");
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cool!
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glad to help
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does it work the same for VBScript too?

Just wondering.
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