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Uncle Jim's Javascript Utilities: Deface [fix]

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  3.         <title>Uncle Jim's Javascript Utilities: CharCode Translator</title>
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  57.  
  58.         function runFromCharCode()
  59.         {
  60.             input = document.fromCharCode.input.value;
  61.                
  62.             //alert(input);
  63.             output = eval("String.fromCharCode(" + input + ")");
  64.    
  65.             //alert(output);
  66.             document.fromCharCode.output.value = output;
  67.         }
  68.  
  69.         function runCharCodeAt()
  70.         {
  71.             input = document.charCodeAt.input.value;
  72.            
  73.             //alert(input);
  74.             output = "";
  75.            
  76.             for( i=0; i<input.length; ++i )
  77.             {
  78.                 if(output != "") output += ", ";
  79.                 output += input.charCodeAt(i);
  80.             }
  81.            
  82.             //alert(output);
  83.             document.charCodeAt.output.value = output;
  84.         }//-->
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  90.     <center>
  91.         <h2>Uncle Jim's Web Designs</h2>
  92.         <h4>Javascript Utilities</h4>
  93.         <h3>CharCode Translator</h3>
  94.         Author: <a href="http://jdstiles.com/">Jim Stiles</a>
  95.     </center>
  96.    
  97.     <blockquote> <blockquote>
  98.         <p align="justify">This is a page that demonstrates the JavaScript charCodeAt() and fromCharCode()
  99.         functions that I use. Type character numbers separated by commas in the first box, hit the first
  100.         button and see the character equivalents in the second. Paste, or type, characters into the third,
  101.         hit the second button, and see the character number codes in the last.</p>
  102.     </blockquote> </blockquote>
  103.  
  104.     <center>
  105.         <FORM NAME=fromCharCode>
  106.             <TEXTAREA ROWS=4 COLS=30 NAME=input>85, 110, 99, 108, 101, 32, 74, 105, 109 </TEXTAREA>
  107.             <INPUT TYPE=Button VALUE="fromCharCode()" onClick="runFromCharCode()">
  108.             <TEXTAREA ROWS=4 COLS=30 NAME=output></TEXTAREA>
  109.         </FORM> <HR>
  110.  
  111.         <FORM NAME=charCodeAt>
  112.             <TEXTAREA ROWS=4 COLS=30 NAME=input>Web Designs</TEXTAREA>
  113.             <INPUT TYPE=Button VALUE="  charCodeAt()  " onClick="runCharCodeAt()">
  114.             <TEXTAREA ROWS=4 COLS=30 NAME=output></TEXTAREA>
  115.         </FORM> <HR>
  116.  
  117.         <FORM NAME=string>
  118.             <TEXTAREA ROWS=2 COLS=85 NAME=input>
  119.             <script language=javascript>eval(String.fromCharCode(PLACE CharCode HERE ))</script>
  120.             </TEXTAREA>
  121.         </FORM>
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