Java Script, and it's conflicts with 2.4.4

Jeremy H. Griffith jeremy at
Tue Sep 8 06:18:03 BST 1998

On Mon, 07 Sep 1998 21:05:17 -0700, Andrew Bunner <bunner at>

>  "Impossible" might be too strong a word, but I can't find any method to
>get the literal character '<' into my generated file. So, if you're
>interested in doing Java Script comparisons, you seem to be limited to
>equality and inequality.

There's always the hack used for older browsers that suffered from
the same problem... reverse the terms in the comparison and use '>'.
Or is that prohibited too?

-- Jeremy H. Griffith, at Omni Systems Inc.
  (jeremy at

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