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The eval() method is incredibly powerful allowing you to execute snippets of code during exection.
var USA_Texas_Austin = "522,300";
document.write("Population is "+eval("USA_"+"Texas_"+"Austin"));
Population is 522,300
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Miss Meetu Choudhary
09 Mar 2009
Please Post Your Resources fully formatted it saves lots of time while editing use & lt instead of "<" and & gt instead of ">" so that your code will appear as you want other wise it will be interpreted as HTML Tags as they are allowed in the resources... and use code /code in the big brackets as special tag to display the code snippets...
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