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  1. Hi, on page 292, Larry says that the target property 'points to the HTML element that triggered the event'. Does this mean that, in the following example, var target points to the same location as var username: function checkUsername(e) { var target = e.target; } var username = document.getElementById('name'); username.addEventListener('blur', checkUsername, false); If so, is this a general rule i.e. does the target property 'point' to the same location as document methods such as getElementById()? Thanks.
  2. ***Sorry, it's from the To-Do Manager pg 204*** Hi, I need confirmation that my interpretation of the code below is correct and concerns the information displayed to the user. tasks[]; if (task.value) { tasks.push(task.value); message = '<h2>To-Do</h2><ol>'; for (var i = 0, count = tasks.length; i < count; i++) { message += '<li>' + tasks + '</li>'; } message += '</ol>'; output.innerHTML = message; } Each time the user presses submit, a task is added to t
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